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The Best of National Geographic Magazine

The Best Of National Geographic Magazine

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Exploring the Dinosaur "Mummy"

12/13/07
Listen as Paleontologist Tyler Lyson talks about his discovery of a a large plant-eating dinosaur with fossilized skin and soft tissue ...

John Updike Reads From "Bizarre Dinosaurs"-Part 2

12/06/07
Author John Updike talks about the December cover story on Bizarre Dinosaurs and how he came to take an interest in the subject.

John Updike Reads From "Bizarre Dinosaurs"

11/29/07
Author John Updike reads from his December National Geographic cover story on bizarre dinosaurs. The story examines why these Mesozoic ...

Ascending Quelccaya Ice Cap

11/23/07
One of the world226s leading experts on tropical glaciers leads an ascent of the 18,500 foot 5.6 kilometers Quelccaya Ice Cap. Near Cuzco, ...

Meltdown Zeppelin

11/16/07
One way that researchers can be so certain that increased carbon dioxide is responsible for global warming is by making long-term ...

Zeppelin Station

11/16/07
One way that researchers can be so certain that increased carbon dioxide is responsible for global warming is by making long-term ...

In Greenland, Ice on the Move

11/08/07
As part of a year reporting on global warming, Daniel Grossman flies to the Greenland Ice Sheet, the mammoth glacier near the North Pole.

Old Persian Tablets Offer a Surprise

11/02/07
National Geographic grantee Dr. Matthew Stolper explains why clay tablets from ancient Persepolis, or Takht-e-Jamshid, in Iran are a window ...

Exploring a Roman Shipwreck Near Turkey

10/25/07
Listen to Deborah Carlson explain how she is leading a team to excavate an early first century B.C Roman shipwreck and its cargo of huge ...

New Order of Millipedes Found in British Columbia

10/18/07
A discovery like this hasn't happened in more than 100 years. Listen to Rowland Shelley as he describes how he found a new order of ...

Retracing the Chesapeake Voyage of John Smith

10/11/07
After a 1,500-mile 2,414-kilometer trip down the Chesapeake Bay in an open boat, Capt. Ian Bystrom reflects on the experience. Bystrom's ...