Πέμπτη, 30 Ιουνίου 2011

Fwd: Inside NG: Travel Photo Contest, Flying Shark Photos, New Magazine Features, More!





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Our annual travel photo contest only runs for two more weeks, so send in your best photos for a chance to win an amazing trip or be featured in National Geographic Traveler.  
  Celebrate the centennial of the discovery of the ancient Inca site with photo galleries, Peru travel tips, and more.


  This special edition of National Geographic looks at the creation of ancient riches and our desire to possess them.


  Years of photographing great white sharks leaping above waters has given Chris Fallows a collection like few others.


  Use our new interactive map to explore one of the most contested and carefully controlled rivers on Earth.
 

  Our digital nomad is back on the road in Ontario. Follow him on Twitter and join the adventure.


  Download our newest app and take a photographic journey through Burma's awe-inspiring scenery.

Polar Bears

Young and Wired

Cleopatra

Food Ark

Portugal's Park


  An impish-looking primate is among species recently deemed critically endangered—although researchers also found a species bounding back.


  Locked underground for millennia, an ancient Egyptian sun-god ship found near the Pyramids is slowly making its way to the surface.


  There's a newfound comet closing in on the sun, and when it gets here in 2013, you may be able to see it with your naked eye, experts say.







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