National Geographic News Videos
Fountain Pens Are Actually Fascinating
There are only about six people who do what Richard Binder does. With pride and skill, he repairs...
The Amazing Brains of Babies
Neuroscientist Patricia K. Kuhl explains why a baby’s brain holds the key to understanding what...
Is Eating Venomous Sea Snakes a Bad Thing?
Journey to the Gulf of Thailand to witness the venomous sea snake trade with Emerging Explorer...
Pups Rescued from Dog Meat Farm Need Adoption
Dogs that had been kept in deplorable conditions were rescued from a dog meat farm in South Korea...
Fighting for Brazil's Stolen Species
National Geographic 2014 Emerging Explorer and conservation biologist Juliana Machado Ferreira is...
Moving a Ten-Ton Dino Deathtrap
Paleontologists anxiously move a ten-ton mound of fragile dinosaur bones from the top of a steep...
Did Humans Make These Ancient Cave Paintings?
Or was it Neanderthals? This question and others tantalize researchers investigating early...
This Man Helps Nat Geo Photographers Get the Shot
For 32 years, Kenji Yamaguchi's custom contraptions have helped photographers capture iconic...
Samburu Warriors Drink Blood in Graduation Ceremony
The Samburu moran (warriors) of northern Kenya pass through a graduation ceremony that's only...
Birthday Cake for Panda
Tian-Tian, one of the sperm donors and the possible father of the National Zoo's new panda cub...
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