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January 19, 2014: Waging War Against Whalers, Paragliding Above Pakistan and More

Every week, embark with host Boyd Matson on an exploration of the latest discoveries and interviews with some of the most fascinating people on the planet, on National Geographic Weekend. Please check listings near you to find the best way to listen to National Geographic Weekend on radio, or listen below! Hour 1 – Mountains can be haunting for their beauty and…

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The Truth About Getting Stung by a Lionfish

National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer will spend one month in the Florida Keys documenting efforts by beachside locals to contain a recent and dangerous influx of invasive lionfish. Follow along with The Lionfish Project on Explorers Journal, Erin’s project website, Facebook page, and Twitter.  —–— “It won’t kill you, but it’ll make you wish you were dead”. That’s how Mike Ryan described a…

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The Truth About Getting Stung by a Lionfish

National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer will spend one month in the Florida Keys documenting efforts by beachside locals to contain a recent and dangerous influx of invasive lionfish. Follow along with The Lionfish Project on Explorers Journal, Erin’s project website, Facebook page, and Twitter.  —–— “It won’t kill you, but it’ll make you wish you were dead”. That’s how Mike Ryan described a…

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Top 5 Myths About Lionfish

National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer will spend one month in the Florida Keys documenting efforts by beachside locals to contain a recent and dangerous influx of invasive lionfish. Follow along with The Lionfish Project on Explorers Journal, Erin’s project website, Facebook page, and Twitter.  —–— There’s been a lot of buzz surrounding the lionfish invasion in the Western Atlantic, Caribbean, and…

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Lionfish: Gotta Eat ‘Em to Beat ‘Em

National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer will spend one month in the Florida Keys documenting efforts by beachside locals to contain a recent and dangerous influx of invasivelionfish. Follow along with The Lionfish Project on Explorers Journal, Erin’s project website,Facebook page, and Twitter.  —— Big problems call for big solutions, and there has been a lot of talk recently about how to…

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Lionfish: Gotta Eat ‘Em to Beat ‘Em

National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer will spend one month in the Florida Keys documenting efforts by beachside locals to contain a recent and dangerous influx of invasivelionfish. Follow along with The Lionfish Project on Explorers Journal, Erin’s project website,Facebook page, and Twitter.  —— Big problems call for big solutions, and there has been a lot of talk recently about how to…

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The Hunt for Invasive Lionfish Begins

National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer will spend one month in the Florida Keys documenting efforts by beachside locals to contain a recent and dangerous influx of invasive lionfish. Follow along with The Lionfish Project on Explorers Journal, Erin’s project website, Facebook page, and Twitter.  —— Yesterday I found myself fifty feet below the ocean surface,…

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The Hunt for Invasive Lionfish Begins

National Geographic Young Explorer Erin Spencer will spend one month in the Florida Keys documenting efforts by beachside locals to contain a recent and dangerous influx of invasive lionfish. Follow along with The Lionfish Project on Explorers Journal, Erin’s project website, Facebook page, and Twitter.  —— Yesterday I found myself fifty feet below the ocean surface,…

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