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Tracking the First Americans
Genetic data and new archaeological discoveries offer clues to the mystery of early Americans’ origin.

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The First Artists
Credit them with a pivotal innovation in human history: the invention of symbolic expression.

The First Year
In the incredible learning machine that is a baby’s brain, development depends on loving caretakers.

Africa’s First City
In Lagos, Nigeria, a boom economy widens the rift between the wealthy and the poor.

A First Glimpse of the Hidden Cosmos
As scientists map the universe, what they can’t see—dark energy and dark matter—is key.

Proof | First Bird
The bald eagle may be a majestic national symbol—but it’s also one tough bird.

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Visions of Earth
Phenomenal photos of the world’s wonders

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The Joy of Food
For as long as people have gathered to break bread together, we have savored food’s power to nourish, delight, and unite.

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The Communal Table
In Milpa Alta, Mexico, the faithful eat, pray, and celebrate to keep life whole.

Cross Currents
Can a marine reserve network save some of the richest waters in the world?

Blessed. Cursed. Claimed.
Continuing his Out of Eden Walk, Paul Salopek travels through land coveted by three faiths.

Just Press Print
Coming from a 3-D printer near you: airplane parts, pizzas, living tissue, and much more.

Wasteland
Remember when Superfund sites were a concern? They still are.

Cowboys on the Edge
Like the feral cattle they capture, the bagualeros are a breed apart.

The Journey Continues
This month we rejoin Paul Salopek in his epic walk around the world as he treks through the Holy Land.

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Mindsuckers
Body-snatched zombie ladybugs! It’s not science fiction, but a real invasion of parasitic organisms.

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Sorrow on the Mountain
How the shocking avalanche that killed 16 unfolded on Mount Everest

Sherpa Pride and Sacrifice
The Sherpas’ profession brings peril but also prosperity.

Lowcountry Legacy
The ACE Basin of South Carolina is a preserve for the environment, history, and a few tall tales.

Carnivore’s Dilemma
The average American ate 54 pounds of beef last year—an appetite that’s raising questions.

Monkeys of Morocco
A year among Barbary macaques reveals that the endangered creatures are attentive parents.

After the Avalanche
This month we revisit the worst disaster in mountaineering history on Mount Everest, a tragic event whose consequences are still being felt.

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King Cretaceous
Meet Spinosaurus aegyptiacus, the largest carnivore ever to walk—and swim—on Earth.


The Next Green Revolution
Supercrops will help, but biotech alone can’t head off a food crisis.

When the Snows Fail
The drought-ridden western U.S. once slaked its thirst with winter snowfalls. Now, that relief is dwindling.

Medieval Mountain Hideaway
In the Svaneti region of Georgia’s Caucasus Mountains, the ways of the Middle Ages live on.

The Nuclear Tourist
Abandoned 28 years ago, the land around the failed Chernobyl power plant now teems with tourists.

A Sign of the Dry Times
This month we examine the unrelenting drought gripping the American West.

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Rethinking Nero
He’s been reviled for centuries. But Nero’s image, like his gilded palace, is under renovation.

The Evolution of Diet
Would eating like our Stone Age ancestors really be healthier for us—and the planet?

50 Years of Wilderness
In the half century since it became law, has the federal Wilderness Act met its objectives?

A World Apart
Now the southern Line Islands will be protected.

Divided Kingdom
Thailand is torn between the monarchy of the past and the politics of the present.

In Search of Pristine Seas
This month we visit the southern Line Islands with Explorer-in-Residence Enric Sala.

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Before Stonehenge
The past looms large in the Orkney Islands.

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Gombe Family Album
Meet some of the chimpanzees that changed Jane Goodall’s life.

The New Face of Hunger
Why are there malnourished people in America?

The Meaning of North
In Russia’s Franz Josef Land the melting ice is bringing changes.

The Hidden World of the Great War
Trench-fighting soldiers of World War I left behind a legacy underground.

Editor’s Note: Hunger in America
This month we examine the changing face of hunger in America.

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Life Beyond Earth
One of the oldest questions may be answered in our lifetimes: Are we alone?

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The Next Breadbasket
Africa’s fertile farmland represents both challenge and opportunity.

The Wells of Memory
One man’s walk around the world continues.

Big Fish
The goliath grouper struggles to survive.

Empire of Rock
China holds the planet’s greatest concentration of karst spires and caves.

The Moment: Through Another Lens
Photographer John Stanmeyer used the Hipstamatic app to give a sense of the land in a forgotten time.

Meet Our New Editor in Chief
As Chris Johns takes on a new role, Susan Goldberg becomes the magazine’s first female editor in chief.

Next: Tiny Turbine
Tiny turbines may someday power your cell phone.

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The Dogs of War
On the world’s battlefields, combat canines and their handlers lead the way.




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Editors Note Layka
Editor’s Note: A Soldier’s Best Friend
This month we meet the heroic dogs of the U.S. military.

Peru Royal Mummy
Peru’s Royal Wari Tomb
In Peru a Polish archaeologist has outsmarted looters and unearthed an Andean treasure.

Puffin Flowers
Puffin Therapy
The clown-faced seabird is a sight to soothe a bird-watcher’s soul.

Aquaculture
How to Farm a Better Fish
We now eat more farmed fish than beef?and that’s just the beginning.

Siberian Train Moonlight
Train for the Forgotten
For Siberia’s isolated villagers, the doctor is in the railway car.

Wari Tomb Artifact Moment
The Moment: Shadow of the Past
Photographer Robert Clark discusses the shadowy origins of a hotel owner’s Wari pot.

Instagram Twisted Limbs
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Feeding Nine Billion
To feed our hungry planet, we must change the way we farm?and the way we think.

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Editor’s Note: Food for Thought
This month we begin a series focusing on food and the challenge of feeding a growing global population.

Digging Up Utah’s Dinosaurs
The hunt is on for species that lived in the state’s southern desert, once part of a “lost continent.”

The Ship-Breakers
The men of Bangladesh risk their lives to tear apart cargo carriers and tankers.

The Moment: Tea Breakers
Photographer Mike Hettwer discovers the heart of the ship-breakers’ story in a modest teahouse.

The Generous Gulf
From plankton to cod to whales, the Gulf of St. Lawrence harbors a profusion of shimmering life.

Love and Loss on the Seine
The river is a lure for romantics, tourists, sunbathers, anglers, psychiatric patients?le tout Paris.

Next: Degrees of Separation
The old saying “cold hands, warm heart” may have some truth to it.

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Star Eater
Do you really know what a black hole is? Let us take you into?and out of?the dark.

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Damascus: Will the Walls Fall?
The city’s culture offers hope for saving Syria.

Journey Without End
Documenting the struggles of Syria’s displaced.

Where Greenstone Grows
Jade is king in New Zealand’s rugged southwest.

Quicksilver Tuna
It is the king of fish. It helped build civilizations. It is superfast. And it is perilously overfished.

People of the Horse
The feelings of Native Americans for their historic companions are simple: “It’s true love, that’s it.”

Call of the Bloom
Bats don’t just look for flowers. Flowers reflect bat sounds to catch the winged mammals’ ears.

Editor’s Note: A Heritage of Horses
Many Native American tribes developed a deep, almost mystical, connection to the horse.

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The Moment: Not Over the Hump
What’s a camel doing inside a Damascus meeting hall? Photographer Andrea Bruce knows.

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Secrets of the Brain
“It’ll take me a moment to locate your brain,” the scientist says. With new technologies, he’s able to shed light on life’s great unsolved mystery: how the human mind really works.

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Garrison Keillor’s Memory Map
He is guided by memories of boyhood bike rides, the ever present Mississippi, and the undeniable power of rhubarb.

Brunelleschi’s Dome
How did a hot-tempered goldsmith create the miraculous edifice in Florence?

Gold Fever in the Yukon
Prospectors invade Canada’s great wilderness.

Karma of the Crowd
Millions of pilgrims flock to a Hindu gathering in India?and find inner peace in numbers.

Editor’s Note
This month, Garrison Keillor tells us why where you come from matters.

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The Moment: At Last, a Bear
Photographer Paul Nicklen waited for days to capture a grizzly close-up.

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Kayapo Courage
The rich and powerful Brazilian tribe is battling a dam that will not die.

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The Things They Brought Back
Explorers can’t resist souvenirs.

Far From Home
Guest workers toil in oil-rich countries.

Impossible Rock
Climbing Oman’s knife-edged cliffs

Putin’s Party
Welcome to Russia’s Olympic host city.

Once Upon a Dragon
A monster lizard faces an iffy future.

Editor’s Note
Revealing the true colors of a powerful Brazilian tribe

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Out of Eden
“Are you crazy?” That’s one of the first questions the author heard as he began his 21,000-mile trek.

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Lale Labuko: Child Saver
The Ethiopian has rescued 37 babies fated to die.

Ghost Cats
Radio collars and camera traps reveal the haunts of the elusive cougar?in L.A. and beyond.

First Skiers
The origin of the sport may lie in remote Chinese mountains, where skiing is still a way of life.

Virtually Immortal
Lasers scan landmarks like Mount Rushmore, creating a digital record to guide any future rehab.

The Unexpected Walrus
It’s doting and dangerous, graceful and lumbering.

The Weed That Won the West
It came from Russia. And it tumbled. A lot.

Editor’s Note
We check in with Paul Salopek, who has set out on a seven-year quest to retrace the path of human migration.

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Last Days of a Storm Chaser
For years Tim Samaras pursued tornadoes for the sake of science, always taking great pains to stay safe. Then came the storm of May 2013.

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Paradise Revisited
After 17 years, David Doubilet returned to the Pacific paradise of Kimbe Bay.

Mapping a New America
On a venture to rival Lewis and Clark’s, we’re exploring our vast watery frontier.

The War for Nigeria
They call it “the crisis”: Islamist terrorists are trying to gain control of the north.

Norway’s Otherworldly Coast
It has 63,000 miles of fjords, bays, and island shores.

Vicki Jensen: Virus Catcher
In her airtight space suit she looks for cures.

Excavation Impossible
When digging is taboo, fate may unearth the past.

Editor’s Note
This month we bear witness to the daily brutality of life in northern Nigeria.

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The Moment: Reef Madness
Heavy rains and flooding made photographing Kimbe Bay’s coral reefs a challenge for photographer David Doubilet.

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The Power of Photography
Cameras have changed the world.

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The Price of Precious
The minerals in our electronic devices have bankrolled unspeakable violence in the Congo.

Glacial Meltdown
Glaciers are vanishing before our eyes.

Changing Faces
We’ve become a country where race is no longer so black or white.

The Real North Korea
Inside North Korea’s tightly controlled society, the truth is rarely simple.

Visions on Earth
Using the ground as a canvas, a photographer inspires fresh appreciation for America’s national parks.

Building the Ark
Zoos may have to choose which animals to save.

Visual Village
Now we’re all photographers.

Editor’s Note
This month we celebrate the power of photography.

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The Moment: Innocence Lost
To photographer Marcus Bleasdale, a child symbolizes the tragedy of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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