Since its inception in 2009, the Pristine Seas project has helped to protect 2.5 million square kilometers of ocean. Meet the man behind the camera—marine biologist and photographer Dr. Enric Sala. #NatGeoProof
Do you follow our photographers on Instagram? Chief Official White House photographer Pete Souza recommends Paul Nicklen (@PaulNicklen) and David Guttenfelder (@DGuttenfelder). Follow @NatGeo to see what our photographers are doing in the field: https://instagram.com/natgeo/
Laboratory tests on the kidneys and livers of 14 elephants recently found dead in Zimbabwe confirm that they were killed by cyanide-laced salt licks. Is the country equipped to fight back against the poachers behind these crimes?
National Geographic photographer Brian Skerry has spent more than 10,000 hours underwater telling the ocean's stories. Watch as he has a magical face-to-face encounter with a 45-foot-long, 70-ton right whale hovering over the bottom of the ocean.
Heroes and Horses is an organization that helps heal combat veterans with PTSD and anxiety with horse training and wilderness. See memorable moments from a recent journey through the beautiful Yellowstone National Park.