National Geographic September 2019
The New Cold War
In the Arctic, nations are jostling for access to a frozen frontier.
The Threat Below
Permafrost is thawing fast, releasing carbon that fuels warming.
Uncovering an Arctic Mystery
The Franklin Expedition set out to chart the Northwest Passage. Then it vanished.
Eyes on the Ice
Studying the warming Arctic means joining a unique community.
Alone With Wolves
A moving encounter with one of Earth’s most adaptable predators.
Before It Melts
Camping trips teach Inuit youth how to survive on the frigid land.
What the Tide Brings In
An endless supply of plastic trash from a stretch of New York shoreline is assembled into sculptures that are colorful but sobering.
Why You Like What You Like
Our personal tastes and our actions are driven by hidden biological forces.
A Solar System Giant, Ready for Its Close-Up
A stunning data-driven image of Jupiter.
Shy by Nature but Showy in Conquest
Western tragopan males flaunt feature fineary to woo males.
Death Comes for a Crocodile
In Australia, an epic hunt for a saltwater crocodile ends on an unexpected note.
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