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Boone Smith has big cat tracking in his blood. Born into a family of Idaho houndsmen with a legacy of big cat capture, he embodies generations of knowledge passed down from father to son.
Think several hours is a long time to wait for a photo? Try 14 months.
A week dedicated to nature’s fiercest felines, we’re celebrating these magnificent creatures by rounding up a team of big cat experts and photographers for our next Google+ Hangout on Tuesday, December 3rd at 12:30 p.m. EST (5:30 p.m. UTC).
What’s it like to swim with manta rays off Mozambique’s remote coast? Or photograph the world’s rarest animals? Our next Google+ Hangout brings together a cadre of Explorers who spend more time in the field than they do in their own homes. This month we’re celebrating The Great Nature Project by asking a manta ray…
Google+ Hangout: Global Snapshot of the World’s Plants, Animals For 125 years, National Geographic has continued to share its never-ending curiosity about the world and all that is in it. Now we’re handing over the role of photographer and explorer to you. The Great Nature Project invites people of every age and from every continent…
With our Epic Fails of Exploration Google+ Hangout only a week away, get to know our explorers and then tune in on August 28th at 1p.m. EST (5p.m. UTC) for the their full-blown tales of fails.
Join our upcoming Google+ Hangout on Air with scientists and adventures revealing the chilling, thrilling, and surprisingly useful failures they’ve faced in the field.
Join Jason Silva, host of “Brain Games,” for a live Google+ Hangout on Air to explore the amazing abilities of the human brain and how technology is allowing us to do even more.
Ever wanted to stop Jason Silva’s mind-bending videos and just ask him what in the world he’s talking about? Well now you can. Join us for a live Hangout July 23 at 1 p.m. ET.
Some of the greatest adventures have required the greatest risk. Post your questions for Conrad Anker who’s been to the top of the world, and Buzz Aldrin, who walked on the moon.
Water Currents’ own Sandra Postel, National Geographic’s Freshwater Fellow, will be talking live with the public today at 2 p.m. Eastern time on a special Google Hangout for Earth Week. The conversation, Clean Water For All, is being hosted by Whole World Water and is moderated by Billy Wilson. Sandra will be joined by David de…
Join us live, Friday, February 8th at 1pm EST as NG Explorer Guillermo de Anda leads us from the jungle into a vast cavern to reveal remnants of ancient Maya civilization.
On January 13, 1888, thirty-three men gathered to form a new scientific society. 125 years later, watching this video Hangout with explorers on all 7 continents, I think they’d be pleased to know it worked.
This week, we head to the remote jungles of Ecuador, inhale living microbes with every breath we take, document a dying tradition of working with elephants in India, and learn about an unlikely set of friends in Ethiopia.
Join some of National Geographic’s biggest names in exploration and innovation Sunday, January 13th for our most epic Google+ Hangout to date.
Join Fred Hiebert and team live from Kyrgyzstan where they’re searching for signs of a legendary sunken palace, in a Google+ Hangout Tuesday, September 25th at 9:00pm ET.
Watch video of today’s tour through the National Geographic Remote Imaging shop where engineers design and build Crittercams, octocopter cameras, underwater exploration tools and more.
In case you missed it, we hung out with Sylvia Earle and fellow Aquanauts at Aquarius Reef Base. Enjoy!
Meet our next Google+ Hangout guests: an oceanographer, a filmmaker, and a bioengineer, all helping to broaden our knowledge of the deep blue sea. To watch, join us right here at this blog Tuesday, June 12 at 2:00pm ET (6:00pm UTC). Post your questions in the comments section of this blog post, then tune in for the live interview and post more questions as the conversation develops.