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Would you eat a scorpion lollipop? How about a live termite? Check out these far-out foods and more in the September Home Edition for iPad!
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It's almost September, and that means it's time for a new Explorer year! We're kicking off September by journeying into the rain forest (Explorer) and beneath the waves (Extreme) with two National Geographic Explorers.

Learn more about these incredible scientists! First up: Lucy Cooke
Get information, facts, and more about Lucy Cooke, Zoologist/Filmmaker from National Geographic.
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The August issue is out! This month: swim with flat sharks, explore living lights, and visit an elephant orphanage. 

Check out the National Geographic Explorer Home Learning Edition (for iPad) here:

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What's 8 feet tall and smells like rotten meat? The corpse flower, of course. 
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Visitors to the U.S. Botanic Garden in Washington, D.C., were surprised by what they smelled when the corpse flower finally bloomed.
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Need a break? Browse the National Geographic Photo of the Day collection for a quick trip around the world.
See a photo of caiman crocodiles at night by Luciano Candisani, from National Geographic.
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Are you ready for September? Check out the Explorer websites to access teaching resources, including the September Teacher's Guides!
national geographic young explorer. In this issue: take a trip to the beach; check out cool animal tongues; find out why some animals live in groups. visit the site. national geographic explorer pioneer edition. In this issue: see how animals beat the heat; meet an orphan baby elephant and her ...
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Meet Enric Sala, a scientist on a mission to save our seas. Check out his mission in the September issue of NG Extreme Explorer!

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Get information, facts, and more about Enric Sala, Marine Ecologist from National Geographic.
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BONUS! Play Firefly Challenge for FREE! (

Then check out the August issue to learn why fireflies and other organisms make their own light.

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Find out what #1YearonMars has been like for this little rover. 
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Check out 125 years of National Geographic history. The NG tumblr account, Found, showcases intriguing images from the archive. #letsexplore   #natgeo   #natgeofound   #photography   #natgeo125  
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Bringing the World to Your Classroom
National Geographic Explorer magazines seek to provide standards-based, high-interest articles that engage students with core content, motivate students to read nonfiction, and inspire students to care about our planet.