"What happens to bad guys when they die?” - Danny Trejo
We go back 3000 years with Danny to explore the darkest recesses of both the underworld and the human imagination. From Ancient Greece through to Modern America, he tries to map out where the idea of 'Hell' came from.

Map Of Hell Premieres Sunday 8.30pm AEDT/NZDT National Geographic Channel
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Some maps are meant to be felt, not seen.

A Tactile Atlas Helps the Blind 'See' Maps

Behold the moth named after Donald J. Trump.

Tiny Moth With Yellow ‘Hairdo’ Named After Trump

Places to add to your bucket list...

7 Stunning Natural Wonders in Asia

Similar fairy circles were found in the Australian outback.

Outback Fairies? Science Might Have The Answer

Take a peek (if you dare) at weird wonders from the Morbid Anatomy Museum before it closes its door.

Inside the Creepy Collections of an Oddities Museum

Made of natural clay, straw, and wood, the windmills have been milling grain for flour for an estimated 1,000 years

These 1000-Year-Old Windmills In Iran May Soon Stop Turning

“The largest published size record for the American alligator is a 14 ft. 9.25 in."

Massive Alligator Caught on Video Is Not a Hoax

#ZooAlert Taronga Zoo !

Taronga Zoo has been successfully breeding red pandas since 1977.

Red Panda Baby Gets Special Treatment At Taronga

We asked Lizzie Velasquez to answer a few of our questions.

Don't miss The Lizzie Velasquez Story premiering tonight 8.30pm AEDT Nat Geo People

Meet Lizzie Velasquez, Extraordinary Anti-Bullying Hero

“He was obviously someone that a lot of people cared for."

Aboriginal Murder Mystery: What Killed Kaakutja?

The more we looked, the more jealous we got.

7 Amazing Animal Organs People Don't Have

It's potentially good news for the conservation of these endangered creatures.

Shark In Australia Gives Rare 'Virgin Birth' to Three Pups

LIVE With the incredible Lizzie Velasquez, ask your questions now in the comments below. From cyber-bullying victim to anti-bullying activist, Lizzie is now a motivational speaker providing hope and support to those going through a rough time, reminding them they are not alone. #imwithlizzie

Don’t miss 'The Story Of Lizzie Velasquez' tomorrow night 8.30pm AEDT on Nat Geo People.
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We are incredibly saddened by the passing of Captain Eugene Cernan.

"We leave as we came, and, God willing, we shall return, with peace and hope for all mankind." -- Cernan's closing words on leaving the moon at the end of Apollo 17

From all of us at National Geographic, we will cherish every moment we had with him last year during his Australian tour.

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Nearly 900 million miles from the sun, temperatures on Titan are so low that ice is as hard as rock.

Stunning Pictures Show an Alien Moon Eerily Like Earth

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