Life on the longest river: sailing 140 miles along the Nile

    Life on the longest river: sailing 140 miles along the Nile

    To see Egypt from the Nile is an iconic journey. The banks of the world’s longest waterway are home to much of the country’s population, where ancient tombs are still being discovered and day-to-day life depends on its ebb and flow.
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    To see Egypt from the Nile is an iconic journey.  The banks of the world’s longest waterway are home to much of The Country’s population, where ancient tombs are still being discovered and day-to-day life depends on its ebb and flow.
    Bolivia: Down the Rio Yacuma

    Bolivia: Down the Rio Yacuma

    The caiman sized me up, all venomous reproach and pointy teeth. It sliced through the water until it was in snapping distance of our little boat. “Do they ever attack people?” I asked. “Oh yes,” said Sam, my local guide, who I liked but didn’t entirely trust
    14-foot fish spotted in river, giving hope to vanished giant’s return

    14-foot fish spotted in river, giving hope to vanished giant’s return

    Spotted by sonar in the Hudson, the size of the fish is encouraging that conservation measures are working
    Why Hurricane Florence Is Such a Dangerous Storm
    Environment

    Why Hurricane Florence Is Such a Dangerous Storm

    The category four hurricane is expected to hit with intense winds and cause major flooding.

    How Killer Whales Went from Hated, to Adored, to Endangered

    The more we’ve learned about orcas, the more we love them. But can they survive the dramatic changes to their world?
    Travel and Adventure

    Explore the Twisting Desert Landscapes of the American Southwest

    See Horseshoe Bend, a dramatic curve of the Colorado River, that has become a popular stop along the highway north of the Grand Canyon and there's limited facilities planned for visitors in 2018 including a viewing platform.