If your kid is dino-obsessed, National Geographic is coming to the rescue for you with the Ultimate Dinopedia app.
Weird But True Food is a fast read of color-filled pages of obscure facts.
Maybe National Geographic magazine will rename itself Galactic Geographic because this month’s cover story is about something we ought to be glad is very far away.
If you’re into photography, and not just selfies or pictures of your food, National Geographic has a contest that could be very valuable, maybe priceless.
No one has ever found a Fountain of Youth, but today’s search focuses, not in Florida, but our genes.
Ultimate Dinopedia is a dinosaur reference app that features over 700 of the creatures, with the latest paleontologist discoveries as well as pictures and video.
National Geographic’s September cover story looks at “What’s Up with the Weather” and concludes human-influenced warming is part of it.
The fight against animal cruelty in Philadelphia is getting national exposure in a cable TV show airing Monday evenings at 9 pm.
A local gelato shop has been named as the best gelato shop in the world. It was ranked even better than the gelato in Italy.
The world can be at your fingertips with the World Atlas app from National Geographic.
In the survey’s six categories, the beaches of northern New Jersey are listed in the second lowest: “in trouble.”