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The English colonies who landed at Jamestown 400 years ago undermined an ecosystem and changed the continent forever.
Legacy of Jamestown
Artifacts unearthed at Jamestown reveal the lives of the colonists who arrived there in 1607 on the riskiest of ventures.
As Mumbai booms, the poor of its notorious Dharavi slum find themselves living in some of India's hottest real estate.
Hippos, lions, and elephants thrive in a remote Zambian valley, all in step with the seasonal rhythms of the Luangwa River.
Fences may make good neighbors, but the barriers dividing the U.S. and Mexico are proving much more complicated.
Australia's tenacious ants hunt alone, getting by on a potent combination of vision, venom, and sheer ferocity.
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Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic magazine features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.