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Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic's fascinating history, from its earliest days as a scientific club to its growth into one of the world's largest geographic organizations. The book reveals how much we've come to know about our fascinating world through the pages and unforgettable imagery of National Geographic, and taps key voices from the forefront of ocean and space exploration, climate science, archaeology, mountaineering, and many other disciplines to peer with us over the horizon and see where we are heading in the future.

No mere insider’s account of internal affairs, National Geographic 125 Years focuses on the impact that the National Geographic Society has made on the world and how it has reported and reflected a dramatically changing planet. Special galleries between each of the sections focus on storytelling techniques pioneered by National Geographic, including photography, television, and digital reportage. These offer behind-the-scenes glimpses at the process of telling the greatest stories on earth.

Mark Collins Jenkins is the former chief historian of the National Geographic Society's archives. He is the author of  The Book of Marvels, Vampire Forensics, Worlds to Explore , and  High Adventure . The author lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

This is the ultimate photographic journey through Europe as told by the world’s favorite magazine. Adapted from our monumental Around the World in ...

National Geographic Magazine continues to shape and challenge our image and understanding of the world. This three-volume treasure sourced directly ...

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic 's fascinating history.

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic's fascinating history, from its earliest days as a scientific club to its growth into one of the world's largest geographic organizations. The book reveals how much we've come to know about our fascinating world through the pages and unforgettable imagery of National Geographic, and taps key voices from the forefront of ocean and space exploration, climate science, archaeology, mountaineering, and many other disciplines to peer with us over the horizon and see where we are heading in the future.

No mere insider’s account of internal affairs, National Geographic 125 Years focuses on the impact that the National Geographic Society has made on the world and how it has reported and reflected a dramatically changing planet. Special galleries between each of the sections focus on storytelling techniques pioneered by National Geographic, including photography, television, and digital reportage. These offer behind-the-scenes glimpses at the process of telling the greatest stories on earth.

Mark Collins Jenkins is the former chief historian of the National Geographic Society's archives. He is the author of  The Book of Marvels, Vampire Forensics, Worlds to Explore , and  High Adventure . The author lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

This is the ultimate photographic journey through Europe as told by the world’s favorite magazine. Adapted from our monumental Around the World in ...

National Geographic Magazine continues to shape and challenge our image and understanding of the world. This three-volume treasure sourced directly ...

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic 's fascinating history.

Photography pioneer George Shiras III made the first nighttime wildlife photos. Here, he demonstrates his revolving camera tray, mounted jacklight and handheld flashgun.

An elevated view of about half of Machu Picchu, the lost mountaintop city of the Inca in the Peruvian Andes. National Geographic supported Bingham's excavations at the site from 1912 to 1915.

Henry ran cattle for 50 years on the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument desert country. He was 72. The government wanted his cattle off the land. Here, he pauses in thought, standing behind a 48-star flag.

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic's fascinating history, from its earliest days as a scientific club to its growth into one of the world's largest geographic organizations. The book reveals how much we've come to know about our fascinating world through the pages and unforgettable imagery of National Geographic, and taps key voices from the forefront of ocean and space exploration, climate science, archaeology, mountaineering, and many other disciplines to peer with us over the horizon and see where we are heading in the future.

No mere insider’s account of internal affairs, National Geographic 125 Years focuses on the impact that the National Geographic Society has made on the world and how it has reported and reflected a dramatically changing planet. Special galleries between each of the sections focus on storytelling techniques pioneered by National Geographic, including photography, television, and digital reportage. These offer behind-the-scenes glimpses at the process of telling the greatest stories on earth.

Mark Collins Jenkins is the former chief historian of the National Geographic Society's archives. He is the author of  The Book of Marvels, Vampire Forensics, Worlds to Explore , and  High Adventure . The author lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic's fascinating history, from its earliest days as a scientific club to its growth into one of the world's largest geographic organizations. The book reveals how much we've come to know about our fascinating world through the pages and unforgettable imagery of National Geographic, and taps key voices from the forefront of ocean and space exploration, climate science, archaeology, mountaineering, and many other disciplines to peer with us over the horizon and see where we are heading in the future.

No mere insider’s account of internal affairs, National Geographic 125 Years focuses on the impact that the National Geographic Society has made on the world and how it has reported and reflected a dramatically changing planet. Special galleries between each of the sections focus on storytelling techniques pioneered by National Geographic, including photography, television, and digital reportage. These offer behind-the-scenes glimpses at the process of telling the greatest stories on earth.

Mark Collins Jenkins is the former chief historian of the National Geographic Society's archives. He is the author of  The Book of Marvels, Vampire Forensics, Worlds to Explore , and  High Adventure . The author lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

This is the ultimate photographic journey through Europe as told by the world’s favorite magazine. Adapted from our monumental Around the World in ...

National Geographic Magazine continues to shape and challenge our image and understanding of the world. This three-volume treasure sourced directly ...

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic 's fascinating history.

Photography pioneer George Shiras III made the first nighttime wildlife photos. Here, he demonstrates his revolving camera tray, mounted jacklight and handheld flashgun.

An elevated view of about half of Machu Picchu, the lost mountaintop city of the Inca in the Peruvian Andes. National Geographic supported Bingham's excavations at the site from 1912 to 1915.

Henry ran cattle for 50 years on the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument desert country. He was 72. The government wanted his cattle off the land. Here, he pauses in thought, standing behind a 48-star flag.

Greece, 1963 Otis Imboden/National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years. Europe National Geographic revolutionized photography and the photo essay. 

The magazine's photographers, who are sometimes armed with up to nine different cameras and 500 rolls of film for a single assignment, have captured the world with tack-sharp images.

More than 200 photos from the past 125 years are featured in the new book " National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years - Europe."  

National Geographic commemorates 125 years with this amazing 10-disc anthology showcasing the moments, the people, and the discoveries that changed the world.

Featuring National Geographic’s very first film, Americans on Everest, and more than 20 additional memorable films, this stunning collection features great historical milestones, groundbreaking discoveries, and legendary explorers like Dr. Robert Ballard, Dian Fossey, and Dereck and Beverly Joubert.

Programs include Exploring New Frontiers: National Geographic at 125, Incredible Human Machine, Gorilla, Search For the Afghan Girl, Secrets of the Titanic, Americans on Everest, Everest: 50 Years on the Mountain, Holland Against the Sea, Save the Titanic with Bob Ballard, Inside North Korea, King Kong in My Pocket, Colossal Claw, Supercroc, Inside the White House, The President’s Photographer, Eternal Enemies, The Unlikely Leopard, Egypt Eternal: Quest for Lost Tombs, King Tut’s Final Secrets, Dr. Leakey and the Dawn of Man and Bones of Turkana.

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic's fascinating history, from its earliest days as a scientific club to its growth into one of the world's largest geographic organizations. The book reveals how much we've come to know about our fascinating world through the pages and unforgettable imagery of National Geographic, and taps key voices from the forefront of ocean and space exploration, climate science, archaeology, mountaineering, and many other disciplines to peer with us over the horizon and see where we are heading in the future.

No mere insider’s account of internal affairs, National Geographic 125 Years focuses on the impact that the National Geographic Society has made on the world and how it has reported and reflected a dramatically changing planet. Special galleries between each of the sections focus on storytelling techniques pioneered by National Geographic, including photography, television, and digital reportage. These offer behind-the-scenes glimpses at the process of telling the greatest stories on earth.

Mark Collins Jenkins is the former chief historian of the National Geographic Society's archives. He is the author of  The Book of Marvels, Vampire Forensics, Worlds to Explore , and  High Adventure . The author lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

This is the ultimate photographic journey through Europe as told by the world’s favorite magazine. Adapted from our monumental Around the World in ...

National Geographic Magazine continues to shape and challenge our image and understanding of the world. This three-volume treasure sourced directly ...

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic 's fascinating history.

Photography pioneer George Shiras III made the first nighttime wildlife photos. Here, he demonstrates his revolving camera tray, mounted jacklight and handheld flashgun.

An elevated view of about half of Machu Picchu, the lost mountaintop city of the Inca in the Peruvian Andes. National Geographic supported Bingham's excavations at the site from 1912 to 1915.

Henry ran cattle for 50 years on the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument desert country. He was 72. The government wanted his cattle off the land. Here, he pauses in thought, standing behind a 48-star flag.

Greece, 1963 Otis Imboden/National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years. Europe National Geographic revolutionized photography and the photo essay. 

The magazine's photographers, who are sometimes armed with up to nine different cameras and 500 rolls of film for a single assignment, have captured the world with tack-sharp images.

More than 200 photos from the past 125 years are featured in the new book " National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years - Europe."  

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic's fascinating history, from its earliest days as a scientific club to its growth into one of the world's largest geographic organizations. The book reveals how much we've come to know about our fascinating world through the pages and unforgettable imagery of National Geographic, and taps key voices from the forefront of ocean and space exploration, climate science, archaeology, mountaineering, and many other disciplines to peer with us over the horizon and see where we are heading in the future.

No mere insider’s account of internal affairs, National Geographic 125 Years focuses on the impact that the National Geographic Society has made on the world and how it has reported and reflected a dramatically changing planet. Special galleries between each of the sections focus on storytelling techniques pioneered by National Geographic, including photography, television, and digital reportage. These offer behind-the-scenes glimpses at the process of telling the greatest stories on earth.

Mark Collins Jenkins is the former chief historian of the National Geographic Society's archives. He is the author of  The Book of Marvels, Vampire Forensics, Worlds to Explore , and  High Adventure . The author lives in Fredericksburg, Virginia.

This is the ultimate photographic journey through Europe as told by the world’s favorite magazine. Adapted from our monumental Around the World in ...

National Geographic Magazine continues to shape and challenge our image and understanding of the world. This three-volume treasure sourced directly ...

Featuring show-stopping imagery and thrilling behind-the-scenes tales, National Geographic 125 Years captures the heart of National Geographic 's fascinating history.

Photography pioneer George Shiras III made the first nighttime wildlife photos. Here, he demonstrates his revolving camera tray, mounted jacklight and handheld flashgun.

An elevated view of about half of Machu Picchu, the lost mountaintop city of the Inca in the Peruvian Andes. National Geographic supported Bingham's excavations at the site from 1912 to 1915.

Henry ran cattle for 50 years on the Organ Pipe Cactus National Monument desert country. He was 72. The government wanted his cattle off the land. Here, he pauses in thought, standing behind a 48-star flag.

Greece, 1963 Otis Imboden/National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years. Europe National Geographic revolutionized photography and the photo essay. 

The magazine's photographers, who are sometimes armed with up to nine different cameras and 500 rolls of film for a single assignment, have captured the world with tack-sharp images.

More than 200 photos from the past 125 years are featured in the new book " National Geographic: Around the World in 125 Years - Europe."  

National Geographic commemorates 125 years with this amazing 10-disc anthology showcasing the moments, the people, and the discoveries that changed the world.

Featuring National Geographic’s very first film, Americans on Everest, and more than 20 additional memorable films, this stunning collection features great historical milestones, groundbreaking discoveries, and legendary explorers like Dr. Robert Ballard, Dian Fossey, and Dereck and Beverly Joubert.

Programs include Exploring New Frontiers: National Geographic at 125, Incredible Human Machine, Gorilla, Search For the Afghan Girl, Secrets of the Titanic, Americans on Everest, Everest: 50 Years on the Mountain, Holland Against the Sea, Save the Titanic with Bob Ballard, Inside North Korea, King Kong in My Pocket, Colossal Claw, Supercroc, Inside the White House, The President’s Photographer, Eternal Enemies, The Unlikely Leopard, Egypt Eternal: Quest for Lost Tombs, King Tut’s Final Secrets, Dr. Leakey and the Dawn of Man and Bones of Turkana.

The leaves are still dripping from an overnight downpour when Andrés Link slings on his day pack and heads out into the damp morning chill. It’s just after daybreak, and already the forest is alive with hoots and chatter—the deep-throated roar of a howler monkey, the hollow rat-a-tat-tat of a woodpecker, the squeal of squirrel monkeys chasing each other from branch to branch. A strange, ululating chant starts up in the distance, fades out, then builds again.

“Listen!” says Link, grabbing my arm and cocking an ear. “Titi monkeys. Can you hear? There are two of them, singing a duet.” He imitates the high-pitched, rhythmic cry of one of the monkeys, then the other. Only then can I distinguish the two separate strains that make up the counterpoint chorus.

This raucous celebration is the daily background music for Link as he heads out on his morning commute through what may be the most biodiverse spot on Earth. Link, a primatologist from Universidad de los Andes, is researching the white-bellied spider monkey, and he’s on his way to a salt lick a half hour’s walk away, where a group often congregates.


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