National Geographic magazine begins a yearlong series profiling men and women who press the limits in the name of exploration, even when it puts them in jeopardy. An extreme kayaker, a snake hunter and a war zone doctor are just three of the brave individuals who have felt compelled to seek out and embrace the unknown, redefining the concept of an explorer for the 21st century.
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National Geographic Kids is published ten times a year by the National Geographic Society, a brand trusted by parents and educators. National Geographic Kids magazine’s numerous honors include the Association of Educational Publishers’ Periodical of the Year and a Golden Lamp Award, Parents Choice Gold and Silver Awards, a Parent’s Guide Children’s Media Award, the Folio Editorial Excellence Award, and an Ozzie Award for Design Excellence.