Nearly 2,000 canoes and kayaks.  all boaters holding hands in an effort to break the World's Largest Raft record - Nancie Battaglia, Sports Illustrated/Getty Images

Nearly 2,000 canoes and kayaks. all boaters holding hands in an effort to break the World's Largest Raft record - Nancie Battaglia, Sports Illustrated/Getty Images

In 1928 National Geographic Editor Gilbert H. Grosvenor wanted "outdated" photographs of the Great Sphinx of Giza—images made prior to excavation—removed from the archive. This 1921 photo by Donald McLeish survived and has been in the image collection for over 90 years.

In 1928 National Geographic Editor Gilbert H. Grosvenor wanted "outdated" photographs of the Great Sphinx of Giza—images made prior to excavation—removed from the archive. This 1921 photo by Donald McLeish survived and has been in the image collection for over 90 years.

Our actions have a direct effect on changes in the ecosystem. Find out Howe We're Endangering Animals in this infographic from National Geographic

Our actions have a direct effect on changes in the ecosystem. Find out Howe We're Endangering Animals in this infographic from National Geographic

#6 Caminhantes ficam perto do topo de uma ponte natural de rocha em Mt. Rainier, Washington, maio de 1963.

#6 Caminhantes ficam perto do topo de uma ponte natural de rocha em Mt. Rainier, Washington, maio de 1963.

https://flic.kr/p/zKfCqo | Apollo 11:  "First Explorers on the Moon", National Geographic, December 1969 | REMASTERED by Dan Beaumont.  FROM THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ARCHIVES: Sounds of the Spage Age, "From Sputnik to Lunar Landing":  A supplement to the December 1969 issue of the magazine, this record plays an audio history of space exploration.  Pressed on flexible vinyl, the record is narrated by astronaut Frank Borman (Gemini 7- Apollo 8) and includes audio from NASA, the United...

https://flic.kr/p/zKfCqo | Apollo 11: "First Explorers on the Moon", National Geographic, December 1969 | REMASTERED by Dan Beaumont. FROM THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC ARCHIVES: Sounds of the Spage Age, "From Sputnik to Lunar Landing": A supplement to the December 1969 issue of the magazine, this record plays an audio history of space exploration. Pressed on flexible vinyl, the record is narrated by astronaut Frank Borman (Gemini 7- Apollo 8) and includes audio from NASA, the United...

A bright orange river of sparks cascades from a high cliff in Yosemite National Park, May 1958. Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic

A bright orange river of sparks cascades from a high cliff in Yosemite National Park, May 1958. Photograph by J. Baylor Roberts, National Geographic

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