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Yellowstone: America’s Wild Idea

The May 2016 issue of National Geographic magazine is devoted entirely to America's first national park.
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Documenting the World’s Animals, One Picture at a Time
On a deeply personal mission, Joel Sartore is photographing as many animals as he can—before some disappear.

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FUTURE OF FOOD
How ‘Ugly’ Fruits and Vegetables Can Help Solve World Hunger
About a third of the planet’s food goes to waste, often because of its looks. That’s enough to feed two billion people.

Kurds Fight to Preserve “the Other Iraq”
Their “golden decade” of stability in the north is under threat as young men heed the call to battle ISIS.

In the Arctic’s Cold Rush, There Are No Easy Profits
The thaw is escalating, but the race to tap resources from the top of the world remains brutal.

THE POWER OF PARKS
In the Seychelles, Taking Aim at Nature’s Bullies
Restoration efforts are giving vulnerable native species a second chance on islands in the Indian Ocean.
GET INVOLVEDPristine Seas: Exploring and protecting some of the last truly wild places in the ocean

PROOF
Life Happened Here: Tsunami Survivors Revisit Ruined Sites

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London’s Big Dig Reveals Amazing Layers of History
Spurred by a building boom, archaeologists are plumbing the deep past of one of Europe’s oldest capitals.

Inside the Eye
To understand how animals see, look through their eyes.

Denali National Park
The icon of Alaska’s wilderness symbolizes the tension between preservation and use at U.S. national parks.

Saudi Women
In a deeply conservative culture, they are carefully redefining the boundaries of public life.

Proof | Midnight Slalom
Lights, cameras, snow, and night skiing combine in a photographer’s dream shoot.

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How National Parks Tell Our Story—and Show Who We Are
They’re more than scenic places. They’re a nation’s common ground.

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This Is Your Brain on Nature
Spending time in the natural world benefits human brains.

Vultures: Vile or Vital?
Vultures seem vile, dining on the dead. But Earth desperately needs these birds.

Into Thin Ice
Earth cools when sunlight reflects off Arctic sea ice—which is melting away. Where does that leave us?

Riding Rubber’s Boom
The rising global demand for car tires may pay off for Southeast Asia’s poor, but at a cost to the planet.

Proof | Kingdom of Girls
Young women in a matrilineal society preserve an old tradition.

For the People’s Benefit
National Geographic kicks off its yearlong exploration of what writer and environmentalist Wallace Stegner called “the best idea we ever had.”

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How the Virgin Mary Became the World’s Most Powerful Woman
Mary barely speaks in the New Testament, but her image and legacy are found and celebrated around the world.

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The Science of Delicious
Taste receptors, volatiles, gustatory cortex: There’s more to yum than you might think.

New New York
The bird’s-eye views of the skyline make it clear: This city may never sleep, but it surely does change.

Haiti on Its Own Terms
When young Haitians photograph their nation, determination shines through the hardship.

Out of the Shadows
Leopards can adapt to living near humans—so well, in fact, that we may not know they’re around.

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Features

Wild Heart of Sweden
In the rugged, remote splendor of Laponia, visitors are on their own.

Congo River
The Congo River is the main road through the heart of Africa—for those who dare to travel it.

Lure of the Lost City
Laser-mapping technology uncovers extensive ruins in a Honduran jungle rumored to contain a mythic White City.

Sea Wolves

The Risks of Storytelling
This month, writer Doug Preston shares some of the risks and challenges of storytelling in the field.

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Tracking Ivory
In Africa some militias fund operations by trading elephant ivory. Can a fake tusk help thwart them?

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Point of No Return
Is Hkakabo Razi in fact the tallest mountain in Myanmar? A team of climbers risked everything to find out.

True Colors
Scientists explore the chameleon’s expressive color changes, trick tongue—and vanishing habitat.

Rescuing Mes Aynak
In Afghanistan a fortune in copper ore lies buried beneath a trove of ancient Buddhist artifacts.

Tracking Illegal Traders
This month, our brand new Special Investigations Unit seeks to expose the workings of the illegal ivory trade.

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Will the Pope Change the Vatican?
Or will the Vatican change Pope Francis, who has focused on serving the poor and reforming the church?

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Last Rites for the Jade Sea?
Projects upstream from Kenya’s Lake Turkana threaten to turn the lake into a dust bowl disaster.

Still Life
A century ago taxidermy played a key part in fostering wildlife conservation. Today its role is less clear.

Life After the Bombs
Laos is, per capita, the most heavily bombed nation on Earth. It’s also among the most resilient.

Portraits of Katrina
On the devastating hurricane’s ten-year anniversary, photographers share scenes of destruction and resurrection.

Getting Close to the Pope
This month, enjoy our exclusive look at Pope Francis, up close and personal.

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Pluto at Last
Almost a decade in flight, the New Horizons spacecraft is approaching the enigmatic dwarf planet. What it will find there is anybody’s guess.

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Seeking the Source of Ebola
The latest Ebola crisis may yield clues about where it hides between outbreaks.

Food Truck Revolution
Inspired by a bold chef and fueled by social media, a global food-truck craze picks up speed.

How Orcas Work Together to Whip Up a Meal
Cooperative hunting techniques provide a glimpse into the culture of killer whales.

In the Footsteps of Gandhi
India has moved on, but its Great Soul endures, if you know where to look.

Mountain Men
They reenact the early 1800s fur-trading life and celebrate self-sufficiency.

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High Science
With marijuana’s rising acceptance comes more debate about its potential benefits and drawbacks.

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Born to Be Wild
Can dolphins return to the sea after captivity in a marine park? Some can—once they relearn how to be wild.

Living Goddesses of Nepal
In Nepalese tradition a little girl can become a living goddess—but only for so long.

Little Park of Wonders
Its world-renowned fossil bed and stunning vistas make Canada’s Yoho National Park a standout.

Sins of the Aral Sea
Diverted to water crops, what was once a vast inland sea is 90 percent gone. Can it be revived?

Bug-Eyed
A high-powered microscope reveals insect and spider eyes as marvels of adaptation.

A Hard Look at a Soft Drug
This month we examine the disconnect between state regulation of marijuana and federal reluctance to allow scientific research on the drug.

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It’s Time for a Conversation
When one of Earth’s smartest creatures vocalizes, it fuels a heated debate among scientists: Are dolphins actually speaking a complex language?

Features

Taking Back Detroit
With bankruptcy in the rearview mirror, the Motor City is attracting investors, innovators, and would-be fixers.

Harnessing the Mekong
The Mekong River produces fish when it flows free and clean electricity when it’s dammed. Therein lies the dilemma.

Walking the Way
A pilgrimage through France and Spain is “an ancient tradition thriving in a modern world.”

Going Home
This month, we check on the progress of the Motor City as it emerges from the ashes of bankruptcy.

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Lincoln
Along the train route that his body traveled home, people debate Lincoln’s legacy.

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Hubble’s Greatest Hits
After 25 years, the space telescope is “one of the world’s most productive and popular scientific machines.”

How Coal Fuels India’s Insurgency
Militants capitalize on human poverty amid mineral wealth.

The Bug That’s Eating the Woods
A warming climate is good for pine beetles—which is very bad for forests.

Trajan’s Amazing Column
On a pillar of Carrara marble, an emperor’s exploits tower over Rome.

Argentine Identities
A photographer glimpses many cultures in the faces of the country’s people.

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The Age of Disbelief
It’s an old but troubling phenomenon: Many of us reject the evidence that scientists painstakingly compile.

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Fleeing Terror, Finding Refuge
During his Out of Eden Walk, the author encounters throngs of desperate refugees escaping war-torn Syria.

Luminous Life
For the Earth’s organisms known to make light, glowing has its perks and pitfalls.

Two Cities, Two Europes
The euro crisis cast Berlin and Athens in opposing roles, with each resenting the other.

End of the Earth
One man embraces the “polished white emptiness” of the Greenland ice sheet.

The Refugee’s Voice
This month we chronicle the diaspora of Syrian refugees fleeing the horrors of a bloody war and IS terrorists.

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The Invisible War on the Brain
Blast-force brain injuries plague untold thousands of U.S. soldiers.

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Pure Hawaiian
The onetime sport of island chiefs, surfing binds Hawaiians to their cultural identity.

Mighty Mites
Mites crawl and breed in the strangest places. Some set up shop on bodies. Like yours.

Paradise Found
In Gran Paradiso, Italy’s oldest national park, the aim is to balance culture and conservation.

Treading Water
Rising seas around Florida foretell what climate change may eventually do to other coastlines—and economies.

Drowning World
A photographer concerned about climate change depicts flooded-out lives across the globe.

The Art of Recovery
This month we visit with veterans who are using artwork to help them cope with blast-induced injury.

Contrails and Climate Change
Aircraft contrails can spread into wispy cirrus clouds with climate change potential.

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