Podcast: Overheard at National Geographic

Find out how one photographer documents “zombie” parasites, how a world quieted by a pandemic affects beluga whales, and more in season three of our podcast.

Podcast: Overheard at National Geographic

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    A Spore of Hope

    A Spore of Hope

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    Humans face an existential problem: feeding billions of people in a warming world. But there’s a ray of hope. And it all starts with microbes.

    The Canary of the Sea

    The Canary of the Sea

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    Chirp. Whistle. Creak. Beluga whales, the canaries of the sea, have a lot to say. But noise from ships can drown out their calls, putting calves in danger. What happens when humans press pause during coronavirus...

    The Failing of War Photography

    The Failing of War Photography

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    Anastasia Taylor-Lind talks about how she grew up living the life of a modern gypsy, traveling across southern England in the back of a horse-drawn wagon, and how her experiences covering conflicts in...

    How I Learned to Love Zombie Parasites

    How I Learned to Love Zombie Parasites

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    Photographer Anand Varma details his very first natural history adventures—not in Amazonian rainforests or on Polynesian coral reefs but in suburban Atlanta—and how a childhood fascination with catching...