NG Explorer-in-Residence Sylvia Earle recalls her fascinating encounter with a humpback whale.

Sylvia Earle, Oceanographer
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JEFF KERBY and VIVEK VENKATARAMAN give a rare look at Ethiopia’s bleeding heart monkey—the gelada—named for the red patches on its chest, March 7 at National Geographic.

The Bleeding Heart Monkey
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Must See Exhibits on Display at Washington DC Museums
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National Geographic exhibit shows how curious kids turned into explorers
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Pulitzer Prize–winning National Geographic photographer Stephanie Sinclair gains unique access to the world’s most sensitive gender and human rights issues. Although she has covered the dramatic events of war, many of Stephanie’s most arresting works confront the everyday brutality faced by young girls around the world. Stephanie is the founding executive director of Too Young to Wed, a...
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Pete Muller is an award-winning American photographer and researcher based in Nairobi, Kenya, whose work focuses on masculinity, national identity, and conflict in post-colonial states. His ongoing project, A Tale of Two Wolves, examines the interplay between concepts of masculinity, male experience, and violence. He has worked in South Sudan, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Somalia, the...
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#BigCatWeek is back on Nat Geo Wild! Learn more about big cats at Nat Geo Museum April 13!

On the Trail of Big Cats
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National Geographic explorer and geothermal scientist Andrés Ruzo grew up moving between the United States, Nicaragua, and Peru. Besides giving him a bit of a national identity crisis, his background helped him see that the world’s problems are not confined by borders, but rather share a common root in energy and resources. This realization inspired him to become a geothermal scientist and he...
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National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers
Erika Larsen is an award-winning contributing photographer to National Geographic magazine who uses photography, video, and the written word to learn intimately about cultures and people that maintain strong connections with nature, and share what she learns with the world. Erika’s work has been featured at the National Portrait Gallery in Washington, D.C., and in Sweden’s Museum of...
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Join National Geographic Explorers JEFF KERBY and VIVEK VENKATARAMAN for a rare look at Ethiopia's bleeding heart monkey, March 7 at Nat Geo HQ!

The Bleeding Heart Monkey
Steve Winter has been stalked by jaguars in Brazil, charged by a grizzly in Siberia, and trapped in quicksand in the world’s largest tiger reserve in Myanmar. He’s flown over erupting volcanoes and visited isolated villages where residents had never before seen a blond foreigner—or a camera. Steven studied at the Academy of Art and the University of San Francisco, and has produced stories for...
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