For over 114 years, there has been only one undisputed portrayer of nature, discoverer of forbidden lands, and an explorer in the photographic format, with all recordings coming to pen and paper at point of contact: National Geographic. Now, the online version of the magazine, know with the additional term, Interactive, bears evidence of great surfing that adds to the pleasure of reading searing accounts of distant hinterlands of our planet in the print issue. For 12 times a year, world-renowned photography connoisseurs combine their artistic reproductions of nature with the razor edge-sharp vivid accounts of reporters, to bring home nature and science in paper form digest. The interactive part of the new online edition lies in the power of the nature video, the discovery podcasts recounted by famous journalists and the ubiquitous power of the Internet itself at verifying and supplementing facts. National Geographic Interactive is online with all its better part of past issues in an archive that would date back to 1888. Surely, the 4, 232, 205 readers of the magazine, in the US alone, would not be off the mark?
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