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A YEAR ON THE EDGE

A DEADLY VIRUS. LIVES IN LOCKDOWN. PASSIONATE CALLS FOR JUSTICE. THE IMAGES OF 2020 CAPTURED THE HUMANITY OF A TURBULENT TIME.

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National Geographic Magazine India
January 2021

Celebrating in the Pandemic

WE’RE MISSING HOLIDAY CLOSENESS JUST WHEN WE NEED IT MOST. BUT EVEN GRIM, UNCERTAIN TIMES HOLD SPARKS OF LOVE AND LIGHT.

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National Geographic Magazine India
December 2020

THE BACKSTORY

PUTTING ARTIFICIAL LIGHT IN A NATURAL ENVIRONMENT ADDS AN ILLUMINATING KIND OF AWE.

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National Geographic Magazine India
September 2020

ERIKA CUÉLLAR SOTO

She helps Indigenous people protect the ‘magic’ of their lands. When Bolivian conservation biologist Erika Cuéllar Soto saw the sunrise over the Gran Chaco for the first time, in 1997, she knew she was somewhere special.

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National Geographic Magazine India
September 2020

The Celebrity At The Zoo

Almost everybody loves Pandas. After a year documenting a newborn cub, a photographer remembers when she did too.

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National Geographic Magazine India
September 2020

The Cost Of Harming Nature

The pandemic proves it: By damaging the planet, we have sapped nature’s power to protect us from diseases.

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National Geographic Magazine India
September 2020

Meet The Machines In Our Future

Humankind has a complicated relationship with robots. On one hand, we appreciate how they can do dangerous, repetitive work so we don’t have to.

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National Geographic Magazine India
September 2020

When Virtual Life Turns Into Quarantine

MY GENERATION THRIVES IN THE VIRTUAL WORLD. BUT WHEN COVID-19 CUT US OFF FROM THE PHYSICAL WORLD, SOMETHING WAS LOST

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National Geographic Magazine India
August 2020

What We Don't Learn From History

IT’S APPARENTLY humankind’s fate never to stop writing the history of pandemics. No matter how often they occur—and they do occur with great frequency—we collectively refuse to think about them until circumstances demand it.

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National Geographic Magazine India
August 2020

WATER EVERYWHERE AND NOWHERE

A 2,400-MILE TREK ACROSS INDIA REVEALS THE MYSTICAL LURE OF ITS SACRED RIVERS—ANDA CRISIS THAT THREATENS A WAY OF LIFE.

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National Geographic Magazine India
August 2020

THE FIGHT TO BE HEARD

A CENTURY AFTER U.S. WOMEN WON THE RIGHT TO VOTE, WE CELEBRATE THOSE COURAGEOUS ACTIVISTS AND THEIR LEGACY.

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National Geographic Magazine India
August 2020

THE BACKSTORY

NEW YORK HAS SEEN CRISES BEFORE—BUT FIGHTING THECOVID-19 PANDEMIC BROUGHT IT NEARLY TO A STANDSTILL.

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National Geographic Magazine India
August 2020

COMING OF AGE WITH AUTISM

FINDING WORK, LOVE, AND INDEPENDENCECAN BE ESPECIALLY DIFFICULT FOR THOSE ON THE SPECTRUM. BUT THERE’S HOPE THAT THINGS ARE STARTING TO CHANGE.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

The Science of Why We Panic

FROM PREHISTORIC TO MODERN TIMES, OUR ANXIOUS BRAINS CAN SHORT-CIRCUIT WHEN FACED WITH THE SCARY UNKNOWN.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

VALLEY REVIVAL

COMMUNITY-BASED TOURISM IS HELPING TO KEEP TRADITIONS ALIVE IN ETHIOPIA’S OMO RIVER REGION.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

OCEANIC OASIS NURTURES WILDLIFE AND FISHERIES

IMAGINE A FOREST, except under the sea.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

Where Have All the Insects Gone?

BUGS ARE DISAPPEARING AT ALARMING RATES. THAT COULD BE DISASTROUS FOR THE PLANET.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

North Korea's Big Show

THE REGIME PUTS ON SPECTACULAR PAGEANTS WITH CASTS OF THOUSANDS. A PHOTOGRAPHER LEARNS TO LOOK BEYOND THEM.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

FINDING EARLY SIGNS OF AUTISM

The brains of infants who develop the disorder grow too fast, researchers say. The discovery could help doctors prevent impairments before they appear.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

DECIPHERING THE DIALECT OF SPERM WHALES

MANY OF US have heard about whale songs, but whale talk—not so much.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

BEVERLY GOODMAN

She searches underwater to help us survive future emergencies.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020

How Do Diseases Spread From Animals To Humans?

From cats to birds to bats, animals can transmit zoonotic diseases, which kill millions of people every year.

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National Geographic Magazine India
May 2020