Pounding drums and churning waves combine in this sonic mashup featuring snowboarder Ryan Hudson on drums and kayaker Ben Marr paddling a river in Quebec.
Get your adventure fix with Zero to Sixty, a web series from National Geographic. See 60-adventure videos every Tuesday.
Using a special thermal camera, a National Geographic photo team captures the different body temperatures of men and women, most noticeably in their hands.
Explore the science behind this phenomenon online in National Geographic magazine:
National Geographic Investigates the Future of Food
By 2050, Earth will likely be home to more than nine billion people. That's a lot of mouths to feed. In a special eight-month series, “The Future of Food,” National Geographic investigates how to meet our growing need for nourishment without harming the planet that sustains us.
Join the discussion in National Geographic magazine and online at http://food.nationalgeographic.com/.
Persecuted Chinese artist Ai Weiwei is opening a new exhibit at the Brooklyn Museum on April 18. But prior to an 81-day detention by Chinese authorities in 2011, Ai's passport was confiscated, and he cannot travel to coordinate or even see his own exhibit. The Brooklyn show includes "Sacred," a depiction of his incarceration in six dioramas, in its first North American appearance. National Geographic met and spoke with Ai in Beijing where he lives.