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National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comResearchers at the Dunn Ranch in Missouri trimmed bison's beards to clear the view for Crittercam collars, which they hope will offer a bison's-eye view of the American prairie, shedding light on these animals' role in that ecosystem.
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National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comThis spring and summer, explore artifacts from Peru's legendary royal tombs and other ancient splendors in "Peruvian Gold: Ancient Treasures Unearthed" at the National Geographic Museum in Washington, D.C., on exhibition April 10 - September 14, 2014.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comWild orchids in South Florida were all but eliminated by humans turning them into disposable potted plants beginning in the 1800s. Now there's an effort to bring them back.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comJoin five scientists on a "mission to Mars" in Utah. Photojournalist Jim Urquhart embedded with Crew 138 of the Mars Society's Mars Desert Research Station for two weeks in March. The crew describes what it's like, in their own words.
National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comStray dogs, spared from a citywide cull in Sochi, Russia, prior to the Winter Olympics, travel to the U.S. for new homes.
National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comA snowy owl that got hit by a bus and burned, possibly by a chimney, in Washington, D.C., has been fitted with new feathers on its damaged wing. The operation, called imping, was performed at the Raptor Center at the University of Minnesota.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comIn celebration of her 80th birthday, see the path Jane Goodall took to become a crusader for conservation. Today Goodall works to inspire action on behalf of endangered species, the environment, and humanitarian causes.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comRain doesn't stop the BioBlitz. This year's Golden Gate National Parks BioBlitz even surpassed a record for species found.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comDocumentary film "This Is Congo" looks at Congo's resource wars through the perspectives of three characters. One is a 58-year-old tailor who must bury his pregnant niece—a victim of Congo's generations-long conflict—in an overcrowded displacement camp.
National Geographic News series page at Hulu.comAfter years of botched interventions in the Democratic Republic of Congo, the United Nations in 2013 introduced "peace enforcement" as part of Resolution 2098. With 2098 up for renewal, National Geographic takes an in-depth look at Congo's ongoing war.
National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comJimmy Chin, a rock climber turned photographer and filmmaker, uses a camera to take audiences to extraordinary places that would normally be out of reach.
National Geographic Environment series page at Hulu.comJames Balog, the photographer who showed the world melting Arctic ice in the Oscar-nominated documentary "Chasing Ice," moves his time-lapse photo chronicle of receding ice toward the South Pole.
National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comDive to the bottom of France’s Rhône River, and experience the recovery of a sunken Roman boat that remains virtually intact after 2,000 years in the mud.
National Geographic Environment series page at Hulu.comScientists are getting an unprecedented view of the early universe thanks to ALMA, the Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array. This antenna group is the equivalent of a city-size telescopic lens that can see cosmic nurseries for planets and stars.
National Geographic Animals series page at Hulu.comIn summer 2004, veterinarian Melanie Butera and her husband nursed a blind, dying fawn named Dillie back to health. Now, Dillie—who has her own bedroom in their house, and snacks on lollipops is a daily source of comfort and love to her adoptive family.
National Geographic Environment series page at Hulu.comIn West Virginia, organizers fight for a wind farm that could save Coal River Mountain, where a mining operation is under way. This video features footage from "Overburden," a documentary in progress.
National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comLongtime National Geographic photographer Steve Winter explains the umbrella effect of predator preservation: When you save a top predator, such as a big cat, you protect everything underneath it.
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National Geographic Travel series page at Hulu.comThe Emerald Isle is truly a jewel of a destination. Its lively capital, Dublin, boasts walking tours of the River Liffey and Trinity College. Sweeping views of the Burren and the Cliffs of Moher on Ireland's west coast offer a more leisurely pace.