National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comSome shark species have long been known to school or form groups their own kind, but researchers for the first time near Hawaii document schooling of several different shark species.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comTurkey's planned Ilisu Dam will generate nearly 2 percent of the country's electricity. But it will also submerge the 12,000-year-old town of Hasankeyf and other settlements, and threatens to dry up Iraq's Mesopotamian marshes some 1,000 miles downstream.
National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comHorses changed life on the Great Plains forever, shaping everything from hunting methods to social status. For Native Americans today, horses endure as an emblem of tradition and a source of pride, pageantry, and healing.
National Geographic Environment series page at Hulu.comIn images that one researcher likens to a “Google Map” for brains, a deep dive into a mouse’s gray matter shows how its smallest parts communicate, driving the much larger machine of its body.
National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comProtected tiger habitats can also serve as a haven for many other types of animal and plant life. That's the message "Kids for Tigers" is spreading to India's young people as it works to connect their love for tigers to a broader passion for conservation.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comRoad salt use in the U.S. exceeded 17 million tons in 2013. This year cities, states, and municipalities across the U.S. need more salt due to a particularly severe winter. New York City is replenishing its supplies with large shipments from Chile.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comTermites building a mound can do so without central guidance or direct communication. Researchers at Harvard University's Wyss Institute for Biologically Inspired Engineering built robots that work with similar autonomy, as Dr. Justin Werfel explains.
National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comBill Bonner presides over eight million images as the longtime keeper of National Geographic’s vintage collection. He’s a keeper not only of photographs, but memories—and he treats each like it’s the greatest treasure in the world.
National Geographic Environment series page at Hulu.comThe menacing, magnificent storm clouds of Wyoming come to swirling life in this time-lapse, "Stormscapes," by photographer Nicolaus Wegner. He braved lightning and the erratic fury of supercell storms to capture these images in the summer of 2013.
National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comNever before published footage shows the mating rituals of echidnas; spiny mammals native to Australia that lay eggs. Echidna researcher and National Geographic grantee Stewart Nicol describes the video, which show three males actively pursuing a female.
National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comLong-billed hermit hummingbird males in Costa Rica sing the same song over and over to entice a female to mate. Biologist and National Geographic grantee Timothy Wright describes findings about the males' mating behavior previously unknown to researchers.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comThe high demand for tiger parts in Asia means India's tigers face constant peril from poachers. Conservationist Belinda Wright and her team at the Wildlife Protection Society of India work to save tigers by helping authorities catch suspected poachers.
National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comAt National Geographic, we know that love takes many forms. Passion for the planet, lust for learning, natural instincts, and good old-fashioned romance—we celebrate them all.
National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comThe biggest fireworks day in the U.S. is the Fourth of July. But the Chinese New Year is a time for fireworks, too. A New York fireworks company makes some special arrangements for the celebration.
National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comIn "Where the Locals Go," you'll find hundreds of beautifully photographed travel experiences, with nuggets of entertaining and insightful text informed by locals to help you leave the tourist trail behind. Available wherever books are sold.
National Geographic Environment series page at Hulu.comHow do you touch space without even leaving the ground? Near Space Photographer John Flaig outfits weather balloons with cameras to capture novel images of iconic landscapes, such as the Grand Canyon.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comEgyptians in January approved a referendum on a draft constitution that for the first time mentioned Nubians. Many Nubians were relocated for construction of the Aswan High Dam some 50 years ago. They now hope they can return to their historic homeland.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comIn a global collaboration between NASA, ESA, and CSA, a team of more than a thousand scientists and engineers are building the largest telescope ever sent into space; the James Webb Space Telescope.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comLong gone are the days when young athletes suffering from concussion symptoms were told to "shake it off." As more professional athletes acknowledge health problems from concussions, researchers are studying how the same kinds of injuries affect children.