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I’ve Got Your Missing Links Right Here (21 Nov 2016)

<b>Top picks</b><p>From me at the Atlantic<p>Health Experts Are Explaining Drug-Resistant Bacteria Poorly<br>• Do Organisms Become More Evolvable in Times of Stress?<br>• How Fairness Develops in Kids Around the World<br>• The World’s Most Popular Insecticides Are Messing With Bees<br>• The Algorithm That Creates Diets That Work for …

Your Shot of the Month: Brazil’s Salto Corumbá

<i>Traveler</i>‘s epic end-of-year “Best of the World” issue—which highlights 20 must-see places to visit in 2016—features a photograph taken by Your Shot member <b>Victor Lima</b>, who joined Nat Geo’s photo community just this year.<p>The long-exposure image of <b>Salto Corumbá</b>, <b></b>a breathtaking waterfall located near …

Travel Photography

Apocalypse Pig: The Last Antibiotic Begins to Fail

I mentioned on Monday that this past week was intended by the CDC, WHO and other health authorities to be a global awareness week for antibiotic resistance. Alarming news that came out of China at the end of the week certainly created new awareness of resistance, but possibly not what the …

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World War II Weathermen Recognized for Sacrifice During Battle of the Atlantic

Human Journey<p>In the summer of 1942, the tide of World War II was turning against the fascist Axis powers, but the struggle for control of the North Atlantic shipping lanes between the U.S. and Great Britain was still being fought in the sprawling Battle of the Atlantic. And if German submarines …

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Covering a Desperately Long Walk Through a Small Slovenian Town

<i>As a flood of refugees and migrants pours into Europe from Syria, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Pakistan, photographers from all over the world have converged to document their journeys. Slovenian photographer Ciril Jazbec was initially drawn to the Serbia-Croatia border to document the crisis, but then</i> …

Ten Ways to Go Local in Bulgaria

TravelIntelligent Travel<p>As Andrew Nelson writes in a recent feature story he wrote for <i>Traveler</i> magazine, <b>Bulgaria</b> is a whirlpool of civilizations. “Everyone, it seems, has come [here]. The Thracians, with their gold. Rome, with its legions. The Asiatic Bulgars, the country’s namesake. Also Huns, …

European Travel

Finish Line for the Race for Water Odyssey

Changing Planet<p><b>After a exceptionnal journey, the Race for Water Odyssey (R4WO) returned to Bordeaux, France , last week concluding an unprecedented human and scientific adventure which took the team to 17 locations, ranging from very remote islands to important international cities across the</b> …

Green Technologies Lead to Clear Waters

Changing Planet<p>By: Annie Reisewitz and Sarah Martin<p>Coho salmon once flourished throughout the North Pacific, from Monterey Bay in central California up to Alaska’s Point Hope and across to Russia and Japan. Today many of those populations are extinct. With less than 10 percent of their historic …

Autumn Foliage Pays Vivid Homage to the Fallen of Hiroshima

Changing Planet<p><b>Hiroshima, Japan</b>– The rice has been harvested and hung to dry, and chestnuts have been gathered and baked into cakes and candies. The air is getting cool, but the colors of the trees are getting warm. Fall has arrived in Hiroshima, albeit a little later than usual, perhaps an effect …

The Women Who Escaped Slavery at the Hands of ISIS

In mid-November Kurdish forces, backed by U.S. airstrikes, managed to expel ISIS fighters from the Iraqi city of Sinjar. The militant group had overrun the town in August 2014—killing and enslaving vast numbers of the Yazidi religious minority in what came to be known as the Sinjar …

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Backcountry Bliss: California’s Highway 108

California’s <b>Highway 108</b> slinks through rocky gorges and around sunken lakes just beyond the northern limits of <b>Yosemite National Park</b>. I’m spending a few days road-tripping the scenic byway because I’m on a mission to find the “tree man.”<p>That’s what Ken Brunges is often called. Why? Because he lives …

National Parks