National Geographic August 2013


The Surprising Life of Lions

The only cat that’s truly social is the lion. But why … and how? To find out, our team spent many months with the prides of the Serengeti.

Living With Lions

Africa’s lions may number no more than 35,000. In Kenya a program called Lion Guardians points to a way to save the beleaguered cats.

Sugar Love: A Not So Sweet Tale

We were smitten 10,000 years ago on the island of New Guinea. Today the average American downs 22.7 teaspoons a day.

Underwater Secrets of the Maya

“I saw it, I saw it! Yes, it’s true!” the archaeologist shouts: divine light at the bottom of a natural well.

Cave Bravery

Technology is redefining how caves are explored.

Sunita Williams: Spacewalker

The astronaut steps into the void.

Behind the Painted Elephant

In India the animal is a treasure – and sometimes also a work of art.

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