Best Job Ever
National Geographic explorers are curious about our planet, committed to understanding it, and passionate about helping make it better. Watch as these explorers give you the firsthand scoop on the best—and sometimes the worst—parts of some seriously awesome professions. Find out what it's like to explore the stars, chart unexplored mountains, dive to unknown depths, or map a lost city. Can you believe they get paid to do this?
Thousands of beluga whales gather in Canada's Cunningham Inlet each summer for what National Geographic explorer and nature photographer Nansen Weber calls "a big beluga party." Using a drone, Weber captures the view from above. #BestJobEver
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