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COVID-19 threatened Alaska’s fishermen. Here's how they persevered.
NIH to study the efficacy of booster shots in transplant patients
An ode to America’s public pools
Mystery swirls around Mars rover's failed sample
New type of carnivorous plant found in mountain bogs
How will the pandemic end? Past outbreaks offer clues.
How will the pandemic end? Past outbreaks offer clues.
Deadly heat, floods, drought will get worse if warming continues
Deadly heat, floods, drought will get worse if warming continues

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An ode to America’s public pools
Inside the political battle to preserve a sprawling national forest in California
Here’s how World Heritage status helps destinations around the world
Prairies to peaks: hiking gems in southern Alberta
These national parks are home to some of the most incredible U.S. landmarks
The Aztecs: From Empire to A.I.
500 years after the fall of Tenochtiltan, Aztec culture endures, thanks to its descendants, protectors, and centuries-old documents that are moving the Aztec language and lore into the age of A.I.

August 2021 Issue

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Two gladiators enter—only one leaves alive, right? Think again.
Two gladiators enter—only one leaves alive, right? Think again.
Take a step inside a gladiator’s arena
Take a step inside a gladiator’s arena
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Meet one of Nat Geo’s amazing artists
Rising heat puts the Kalahari’s ecosystem on the edge of survival
In America’s hunger crisis, charities and neighbors are lifelines
The strange phenomenon of ‘space hurricanes,’ decoded
Ocean shark populations are tanking. This is how fast.

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