Neatorama Posts Tagged "natgeo"
China’s Supercaves...

Southern China has the world’s largest area of karst topography, where you’ll find hundreds of huge caves. Caver Andy Eavis first explored the caves of China in 1982. He went back in 2013, with a team of cave...

http://m.neatorama.com/2014/06/23/Chinas-Supercaves/
Unlocking Secrets of the Grand Canyon's Age...

How old is the Grand Canyon? Scientists haves been working on the answer for decades. Some believe the canyon is fairly young, in geologic terms, having been carved out by the Colorado River in the past five millions yea...

http://m.neatorama.com/2014/01/27/Unlocking-Secrets-of-the-Grand-Canyons-Age/
The Story Behind the Photo That Inspired Walter Mitty’s Journey...

In the new movie The Secret Life of Walter Mitty,...  ...rolls of film.Bleasdale's life, like that of many NatGeo photographers, would make a pretty good movie in...  ...ovie in itself. Read the rest of the interview at NatGeo

http://m.neatorama.com/2014/01/04/The-Story-Behind-the-Photo-That-Inspired-Walter-Mittys-Journey/
The 2013 National Geographic Photography Contest Winners...

National Geographic presents the winners of its 2013 photo contest. There were over 7,000 entries from more than 150 countries. Of those, this picture of a polar bear rising in the frigid waters of the Arctic by Paul Sou...

http://m.neatorama.com/2013/12/29/The-2013-National-Geographic-Photography-Contest-Winners/
2013's Biggest Science Discoveries...

Since you read Neatorama, you are probably more familiar with the items in this article than the average person, but seeing the biggest discoveries of 2013 all in one place will make you feel better about the current sta...

http://m.neatorama.com/2013/12/22/2013s-Biggest-Science-Discoveries/
If All the Ice Melted...

National Geographic magazine has several features surrounding an article about rising sea levels. One is a map that shows where the world's current coastlines are and where they would be if all the world's icecaps, icebe...

http://m.neatorama.com/2013/11/05/If-All-the-Ice-Melted/
Gold Grows On Eucalyptus Trees...

Scientists have found gold in eucalyptus tree leaves. Well, they knew microscopic gold particles were in the tree leaves, but recent experiments prove that the gold came from the ground underneath instead of being blown...

http://m.neatorama.com/2013/10/23/Gold-Grows-On-Eucalyptus-Trees/
Jaguar and Prey...

[http://youtu.be/DBNYwxDZ_pA] (YouTube link)Who knew that jaguars were such good swimmers? This guy glides along like a ninja, and the caiman on the shore has no idea until it's too late. Luke Dollar of National Geograph...

http://m.neatorama.com/2013/09/27/Jaguar-and-Prey/
Up Close and Personal with the Serengeti Lion...

How do you capture video of a pride of lions up close? You send in a robot! A little video robot that will remind you of Wall-E or a roomba moved among the lions, who treated it as a kind of cat toy. Enjoy a series of lo...

http://m.neatorama.com/2013/08/11/Up-Close-and-Personal-with-the-Serengeti-Lion/
Being Black in China...

Heather Greenwood Davis blogs about her family's y...  ...he world at Globe Trotting Mama. In an article at NatGeo 's Intelligent Travel blog, she tells what it was...

http://m.neatorama.com/2013/04/22/Being-Black-in-China/




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