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Explorers Reflect On 125 Years Of National Geographic

Jan 22, 2013 (Talk of the Nation) — January 2013 marks the 125th birthday of the National Geographic Society. Over the decades, the magazine has transported readers to faraway places, introduced the world to new species and provided a window into a world of exploration and discovery.

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Robert Ballard, explorer-in-residence, National Geographic Society
Terry Garcia, executive vice president for Mission Programs, National Geographic Society
Sarah Parcak, associate professor of archarology, University of Alabama at Birmingham

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