Have fun with the family this weekend at Nat Geo Museum's Earth Explorers exhibit!
Have fun with the family this weekend at Nat Geo Museum's Earth Explorers exhibit
Brian Skerry has gone to extraordinary lengths to show us why we should not only protect sharks, but respect and appreciate them as integral species within our ecosystem. National Geographic Museum presents some of Brian’s incredible body of work showcasing the impressive fish in an immersive exhibition called “Sharks.” #SummerOfSharks [ Nationalgeographic.org Link ]
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Photos from National Geographic Society's first-ever Explorers Festival: a three-day celebration of exploration that brought together the most fascinating and innovative scientists, conservationists, explorers, and storytellers to share—with one another, and with the world—how their discoveries and ideas are creating change for the better.

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TAKE THE QUIZ: Where In The World Would You Be A Nat Geo Explorer?
TAKE THE QUIZ: Where In The World Would You Be A Nat Geo Explorer

Where In The World Would You Be A Nat Geo Explorer?

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You are invited to take a journey to New Guinea and to the exotic world of birds-of-paradise with “Birds of Paradise: Amazing Avian Evolution,” a National Geographic Traveling Exhibition now on display at the Museum of Discovery and Science in Ft. Lauderdale, FL, that reveals all 39 species of these elusive birds for the first time. Highlighting the groundbreaking research of photographer Tim...
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You are invited to take a journey to New Guinea and to
Discover what its like to be a National Geographic photographer and conservationist with our exhibit, "Sharks: On Assignment With Brian Skerry" [ Nationalgeographic.org Link ]
Discover what its like to be a National Geographic photographer and conservationist
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Have you visited the interactive Earth Explorers exhibit yet?
Have you visited the interactive Earth Explorers exhibit yet

National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers

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Dunna Dunna ... The only scary thing about sharks is an ocean without them! Discover why at Nat Geo Museum [ Nationalgeographic.org Link ]
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See "Sharks" from a new perspective at Nat Geo Museum [ Nationalgeographic.org Link ]
See "Sharks" from a new perspective at Nat Geo Museum
Tune in LIVE NOW to Red Planet vs. Blue Planet: Where Do We Explore Next? #NatGeoFest
Experts will shine a light on some of the breakthrough discoveries and surprising insights that are giving us a whole new perspective on just staying home.
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Looking for a great Father's Day gift? National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry will be signing copies of his new book, "Shark" tomorrow at 11 a.m. at the museum!
Looking for a great Fathers Day gift National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry
TOMORROW at 9:15AM, tune into the livestream of the "Evolving Planet" Explorers Symposium panel, featuring Brian Skerry! National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry is the 2017 Rolex National Geographic Explorer of the Year, and his work is featured in our new exhibition "Sharks". #NatGeoFest [ Nationalgeographic.org Link ]
TOMORROW at 915AM tune into the livestream of the Evolving Planet Explorers
Thrillist recommends you add Brightest Young Things and Nat Geo's Excellent Adventure to your weekend plans! Join us TOMORROW for all-night access to the museum, music from Oddisee, and an after-hours Nat Geo campus takeover. #NatGeoFest [ Nationalgeographic.org Link ]
Thrillist recommends you add Brightest Young Things and Nat Geos Excellent Adventure

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TIL: Why Is the Ocean Salty? National Geographic Explorer-in-Residence Bob Ballard, discoverer of the sunken Titanic, will one of the featured speakers at Red Planet vs. Blue Planet on Saturday, June 17. Tune into the livestream of the event at natgeofest.org! #NatGeoFest
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TIL: Why Is the Ocean Salty?

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