6 Degrees Warmer: Mass Extinction? | National Geographic

If the world warms by six degrees, oceans will turn into marine wastelands and natural…

How to Train a Bumblebee: Scientists Study Insect Intelligence | National Geographic

Bumblebees can transmit learned skills to each other, a new study shows. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe…

Battling India’s Illegal Tiger Trade | National Geographic

The overwhelming demand for tiger parts on the Asian market means India’s tigers face constant…

Amazon Adventure—Documenting Life in Ecuador’s Yasuní National Park | National Geographic

Ecuador’s Yasuní Park is one of the Amazon’s last wild frontiers, boasting an incredible biodiversity—treetop…

Rube Goldberg Mouse Trap | Brain Games

A team of engineers competes against a group of friends in constructing a Rube Goldberg…

Jellyfish Swarm in These Rare Lakes in Indonesia | National Geographic

Jellyfish are a common sight in ocean waters, but they also live in rare marine…

See a Glowing Plankton Bloom in California’s Big Sur | National Geographic

Glowing waves in California’s Big Sur were a result of bioluminescence, a phenomenon caused by…

The Long Road Home | National Geographic

Based on Martha Raddatz’s New York Times Best-Seller of the same name, the series relives…

Sled Dogs | Life Below Zero

For Andy and Kate, their Alaskan sled dogs are their companions, workforce, transportation, and livelihood….

Safari Live – Day 114 | National Geographic

Join us on a LIVE African safari in the Maasai Mara as experts guide us…

See China’s ‘Dead Sea’ Become a Rainbow | National Geographic

This ancient salt lake in China is home to a strange phenomenon. Every so often…

Social Sharks: “First” Video Evidence | National Geographic

Feb. 27, 2014—Some shark species have long been known to school (or form groups with…

Red Fire Ants | National Geographic

Teamwork helps fire ants reproduce, take down prey, and strip bones clean. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe…

Incredible Time-Stretching Photographs Capture Bird Migrations | National Geographic

What if you could capture multiple moments in a single photograph? Through an experimental process…

Capturing the Impact of Avalanche Rescue Dogs | National Geographic

For photographer Trevor Frost, photographing avalanche dogs is not just about a good photo, but…

All About the Emperor Penguin | Continent 7: Antarctica

Move over for the largest penguin in the world, the Emperor penguin. Learn all about…

Watch the World’s First Floating Wind Farm Ride the Waves | National Geographic

Fifteen miles off Scotland’s North Sea coast is a new wind farm, with the world’s…

What is Space Time? | StarTalk

Neil deGrasse Tyson blows William Shatner’s mind by explaining space time. ➡ Subscribe: http://bit.ly/NatGeoSubscribe ➡…

See an Underwater Prehistoric Native American Burial Ground | National Geographic

A diver discovered a 7,000-year-old Native American burial site off the coast of Venice, Florida….

Kendra McSweeney: Drugs, Destruction, and Deforestation | Nat Geo Live

National Geographic grantee Kendra McSweeney explores how the illicit traffic of cocaine through Central America’s…

Underwater Robot | Nat Geo Live

National Geographic Fellow Corey Jaskolski’s new 3-D technology puts you in the driver’s seat and…

Mars Up Close, Part 1: Marc Kaufman | Nat Geo Live

Marc Kaufman, author of the new National Geographic book “Mars Up Close,” reveals the fascinating…

Can You Really Train Your Cat? | National Geographic

A circus troupe of well-trained cats is touring the United States—proof that the famously stubborn…

Sarcophagi, Jewelry, and Figurines Discovered in Ancient Egyptian Tombs | National Geographic

Eight ancient Egyptian burial tombs were discovered near the city of Minya, about 150 miles…