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Bei Explore bist Du in der ganzen Welt zu Hause. Jeden Monat entdecken wir eine andere beeindruckende Region unserer Erde, immer unter den Aspekten „Land & Leute“ und „Wissenschaft & Natur“. Ob unterwegs im Tal der Hundertjährigen in Ecuador, auf der Suche nach dem kleinsten Chamäleon der Welt in Madagaskar, mit gemieteten Verwandten auf einer Hochzeit in Tokio tanzen, in Delhi den Schlangen auf der Spur, mit dem größten Laser der Welt in Rumänien experimentieren, oder am Ende der Welt mit e ...
 
Weekly reading of National Geographic Magazine produced by Radio Eye under the Chafee Amendment to the Copyright Act which states that authorized entities that are governmental or nonprofit organizations whose primary mission is to provide copyrighted works in specialized formats to blind or disabled people. By continuing to listen, you verify you have an eligible print-reading disability.
 
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Thousand-year-old Peruvian queens and medieval murder victims may seem lost to time, but history “detectives” are on a mission to solve a mystery: What did those people look like? We hear from Oscar Nilsson, a forensic facial reconstructionist who uses a combination of science and art to re-create the faces of our ancestors. For more information on…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of the Greeks arriving in Troy. We encounter two grown men acting like toddlers, more women being kidnapped, war, death, a divine plague, and a man gets dragged behind a chariot. If this sounds like too much, maybe skip this one. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of so…
 
Themenmonat Great Barrier Reef: Wir tauchen mit euch ab in das größte lebende Ökosystem der Welt - und in ein Museum unter Wasser! Am John Brewer Reef vor der Ostküste Australiens liegt ein 165 Tonnen schweres Kunstwerk aus Stahl am Meeresboden. Neben neugierigen Taucher*innen kommen hier zahlreiche Fischarten regelmäßig zu Besuch. Ein Barrakuda-Sc…
 
La mayoría de las mujeres relacionadas con el ámbito real en el antiguo Egipto vivían en el harén. Sobre todo durante el Imperio Nuevo, los faraones acostumbraron a casarse con las hijas de reyes extranjeros para establecer provechosas alianzas. Puedes escucharlo entero y disfrutar de 3 meses gratis en PODIMO entrando en https://go.podimo.com/es/cu…
 
When it comes to examples of cities that have successfully emerged from the industrial age into the information age, look no further than Pittsburgh. But can it be done with an eye toward climate solutions? In this editorial collaboration with Project Drawdown, storyteller Matt Scott follows engineer and artist Clara Kitongo, architect Erica Cochra…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of two armies preparing for war. We encounter lots of names, plowing irresponsibly, ant people, dancing, prophecies that are ignored, and the sacrifice of a daughter. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek mythology. Check Out bit.ly/Z…
 
After wildlife filmmaker Malaika Vaz stumbled upon manta ray poaching near her home in India, she disguised herself as a fish trader to find out who was behind the plot—a dicey proposition as she pursues traffickers in India, China, and Nepal. For more information on this episode, visit natgeo.com/overheard. Want more? Check out Malaika and Nitye’s…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of Cavillaca and Cuniraya Viracocha. We encounter getting pregnant from eating fruit, fatherless sons, turning to stone, blaming the messengers, and putting curses on wildlife. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek mythology. Check Ou…
 
How do you turn barren land into a complex working farm that reflects the planet’s biodiversity? Just ask John and Molly Chester, who traded city life in Los Angeles for 200 acres in Ventura County, where they are rebuilding soil health and growing the most nutrient-dense food possible. Their film, The Biggest Little Farm: The Return is now availab…
 
Der illegale Handel mit Gibbonaffen floriert in Malaysia. Nur um ein einziges Gibbonbaby zu fangen, erlegen Wilderer mitunter ganze Familienverbände der gutmütigen Primaten. Die Jungtiere landen als Haustiere bei überforderten Käufer:innen oder auf den Social Media-Kanälen lokaler Berühmtheiten.Was dabei oft verloren geht, ist der herzzerreißende G…
 
En unos años en que el Santo Oficio actuaba con gran dureza contra luteranos y alumbrados, santa Teresa temió que sus visiones y experiencias místicas le atrajeran sospechas de heterodoxia y de tratos con el demonio. Puedes escucharlo entero y disfrutar 3 meses gratis en PODIMO entrando en https://go.podimo.com/es/curiosidades.…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of the Revenge of Isis and Horus. We come across medical malpractice, indecisive gods, eye removal, strained uncle-nephew relationships, the line of succession, and a letter writing campaign. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek myth…
 
How do you capture the image of a 150-foot-tall tree in the middle of a dense rainforest? If you’re National Geographic Explorer Nirupa Rao, you pull out your paints. Rao draws from the centuries-old practice of botanical illustration to catalog and celebrate native plant life of the southern Indian rainforest, introducing new audiences to the wond…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of Thetis, Peleus, and Achilles. We come across gods threatened by greatness, the concept of legacy, having children, marriage without love, and young people making big decisions. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek mythology. Check…
 
As a boy growing up in Peru, Andrés Ruzo recalls his grandfather’s stories about the horrors Spanish conquistadores encountered in the Amazon, including a “boiling river.” Years later, Ruzo, a National Geographic Explorer, journeys into the Amazon to try to find the waterway. For more information on this episode, visit nationalgeographic.com/overhe…
 
Der Themenmonat Malaysia geht unter die Haut. Im übertragenen wie im wörtlichen Sinne. Beim indigenen Volk der Iban auf Borneo waren Tätowierungen wichtige Statussymbole, sie haben Verdienste, Errungenschaften und damit auch den gesellschaftlichen Stand gezeigt. Lange war der traditionelle Körperschmuck dann aber in Vergessenheit geraten, man schäm…
 
La Edad Media proporcionó a Europa una nueva invención: el reloj mecánico, un ingenio fascinante que transformó la vida de los habitantes de las ciudades e introdujo en el mundo occidental los valores de precisión y eficacia. Puedes escucharlo entero y disfrutar 3 meses gratis en PODIMO entrando en https://go.podimo.com/es/curiosidades…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of Helen of Sparta. Or Helen of Troy. We come across scary snake facts, dangerous love spells, Zeus’ swan shenanigans, rogue princes, and two sets of twins. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Greek mythology. Check Out bit.ly/ZeusOut to …
 
What happens when a tree falls in a forest and no one is listening? The sound starts with truck engines and chainsaws and ends with a small piece of forest being silenced. Illegal logging is slowly thinning out the world’s forests, paving the way for widespread deforestation. With limited resources and difficult terrain, it’s a hard problem to tack…
 
Oh Muses! In this episode we tell the tale of the beginnings of the Trojan War. We come across emotional mess, judging women by the way they look, wedding crashers, tests that are really traps, and unfaithful shepherds who are really princes. —---- National Geographic Kids Greeking Out is a kid-friendly retelling of some of the best stories from Gr…
 
Yo-ho, a pirate’s life for she! Legends of Blackbeard and movie buccaneers like Captain Jack Sparrow give us the impression that piracy was a man’s world. But historians and the Nat Geo book Pirate Queens: Dauntless Women Who Dared to Rule the High Seas are righting the ship. Join the fleet of Zheng Yi Sao, a woman from southern China who at her pe…
 
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