Is a zombie apocalypse simply a concept of fiction or could an infectious disease really turn humanity into a race of vicious, seething monsters? National Geographic examines one all-too-real scenarioa pandemic caused by a mutated rabies virus. Experts from the fields of medicine, biology and the social sciences explain what could happen if humanity faced a deadly contagion for which there was no cureand the truth will shock you.
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National Geographic goes inside the cannabis industry with
Lisa Ling. Reporting from secret farms and not-so-secret grow houses of marijuana cultivators, Lisa travels into a world where marijuana is not just a drug but a way of life. Learn what’s ...
Imagine: Earth is directly hit by a primordial
black holeand survives. But the strike is so immense that it generates a colossal shockwave, disturbing the magma beneath every existing volcanic system. An expert team of physicists and space scientists suggest ...
The National Geographic Alaskan adventure competition series returns
for a second season with some of the toughest men and women on earth competing for one prizesurvival. To be named "Alaska's Ultimate Survivors" the teams must test their skills in the ...