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Mike Fay discusses growing up and what he was like as a kid.
Q&A With Paleontologist Ronan Allain and Cartoonist Mazan
Hands-On Explorer Challenge 2011 Winning Essay Excerpts
Interview With Oceanographer Sylvia Earle
Interview With Luke Dollar
Interview With Explorer Bob Ballard
Q&A; With Mike Fay, Conservationist
Interview With Reza: Photographer
Kids Help Stop Malaria
Meet the Dalai Lama
Interview With David de Rothschild, NG Emerging Explorer and Adventurer
Ways to Give Back During the Holidays
Diwali, India's Festival of Light
Life at Wild Dog Research Camp
Q&A With Enric Sala
Interview With Zeb Hogan, Aquatic Ecologist and National Geographic Emerging Explorer
Akshay Rajagopal From Nebraska Wins the 20th National Geographic Bee
Hands-On Explorer Challenge Winners 2008
Interview With Fredrik Hiebert, Archaeologist and NG Explorer
Beijing Prepares for the 2008 Olympic Games
One Man's Goal: To Travel Around the World on His Own Power
Mammoth Tooth Discovered on Walk Home
International Coastal Cleanup
Mexico Wins 2007 National Geographic World Championship
The Sherpa People of Nepal
Scout Bassett: Succeeding in Life, One Step at a Time
PlayPumps: A New Invention Turns Work Into Play
Harriet Tubman: Civil War Spy
Here Come the Presidents
U.S. Presidential Fun Facts
Snow Fences: How One Science Fair Project Snowballs Into Something Big
Cool Job: Firefighter Takes the Heat
We Did It! National Geographic Kids Sets a New Guinness World Record
Discovered: Oldest Writing in the New World
Walking in Two Worlds
Booking Your Vacation
I Have Down Syndrome—Know Me Before You Judge Me
A 150-million-year-old clutch of fossilized dinosaur eggs is providing scientists with new evidence of how eggs evolved.
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