National Geographic's Travelers of the Year: A Conversation and Celebration
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Being spit at by a chimpanzee, screamed at by a prairie dog and charged by a pig is all in a day's work for veteran photographer Vincent J. Musi. As part of the National Geographic Live! series, he'll share images and stories from his April 2014 National Geographic article, "Exotic Pets." Musi explored the deep connections owners have with creatures you can't buy at a pet store, from a deer that has her own bedroom to a cuddly potbellied pig. He'll also talk about his work on other National Geographic stories, including "Animal Minds" from March 2008. Learn More
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Theron Humphrey, a maverick storyteller, took a yearlong road trip across America recording the story of one person in film and audio each day. 66,000 miles. 90,000 photos.
Booker Mitchell, a 15-year-old Manhattan high-schooler, is skateboarding his way around the world, starring in his own web-video series Booker Travels.
Paula Busey, a Colorado high-school librarian, set up a unique cultural exchange with a Maasai warrior, to bring the Serengeti to the suburbs of Littleton, Colorado.
The Davises, a globetrotting Canadian couple, “yanked their sons out of school” to journey around the world, believing that their passports were tickets to go and grow.
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Enjoy a wide variety of changing exhibitions that reflect the richness and diversity of our world at the National Geographic Museum. The Museum’s exhibitions and the scientific fieldwork and expeditions on which they are based are supported by National Geographic’s Mission Programs, which receives generous funding by corporations, foundations, and individuals.