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Get Ready for the 4th Annual “Wild to Inspire” Short Film Competition

Are you an aspiring filmmaker? Think you have what it takes to shoot for Nat Geo WILD in Africa? Be the first to get all the details when we launch the fourth annual Wild to Inspire Short Film Competition this fall by signing up below. Sign up for Wild to Inspire updates: Email Address  …

Calling All Dog Lovers, BarkFest Is Back!

Nat Geo WILD is gearing up for its second annual BarkFest weekend with an expose on dangerous chihuahuas, an in-depth look at what mutts are made of, why breeds come in different shapes and sizes, a look at the world’s funniest dogs, and the best doggy moments from The Incredible Dr. Pol and Cesar 911.…

Who Is God?

Who is God? This is a question that plagues nearly everyone during their life. We ask not only who or what God is, but if our perception of him has changed over the course of history? Or could god be just an idea, a divine presence that is deep seeded in our brains? Morgan Freeman…

Six Photos to Feed Your Soul

If you’ve been watching The Story of God with Morgan Freeman, you know that Freeman has traveled the world on his quest to uncover answers to some of mankind’s biggest questions, touching down in 20 cities across seven countries while exploring the spiritual and religious traditions and rituals in each place. Freeman isn’t the only…

What Does Apocalypse Truly Mean?

What does apocalypse truly mean – global destruction, inner revelation – or both?  Do you think that people are hard-wired to believe in some sort of apocalypse? Some sort of end to this age? Morgan Freeman will be tackling these questions and more in Sunday’s new episode of The Story of God with Morgan Freeman –…

Winter Comes Early on Life Below Zero

Life Below Zero returns as an early winter forces Alaskans to go head-to-head with Mother Nature to hunt, gather, and preserve their ability to survive in their corner of the Arctic as the dark, bitter cold closes in. Each day brings snow and dropping temperatures, forcing even the most seasoned bush dwellers to prepare before…

7 Surprising Things You Can Do With Your Body After You Die

While we may not like to think about our ending, death is a fundamental part of the life cycle—a touchy subject, but an inevitable one. For most, there are two conventional options—you are either buried or cremated. While these traditional methods are the most accepted, more creative and environmentally-friendly alternatives have emerged. Take a look…

We Traveled to 22 Countries to Ask One Question: Who Is God?

We visited 22 countries around the globe to ask everyday people six big questions. Who is God? What happens after we die? Where do we come from? Where does evil come from? Do you believe in miracles? How will the world end? In the Street Spirituality web series, people from all walks of life share…

8 Classic Photos to Get You in the Springtime Spirit

Spring in the northern hemisphere officially begins this Sunday, March 20th—coinciding with International Happiness Day! In celebration of blossoming flowers, fresh air, and sunshine during the warmer months ahead, enjoy some of our favorite springtime memories from National Geographic Magazine issues of the past century: From 1972: A robin guards its nest within the branches…

How Stress Can Be the Key to Your Survival

We’re headed to the wilderness to put your brain through the ultimate test of survival of the fittest. Are you a fight or flight kind of person? Do you laugh in the face of danger? How do you handle those stressful moments of crisis? On this week’s episode of Brain Games, meet our four participants:…