An old stone church sits among the placid grasses of New Zealand's South Island, a land known for its wide expanses of untouched land and vast farming outlets.Aotearoa, or "the long white cloud," was the first name given to New Zealand when the Maoris arrived on its inlet shores centuries before European explorers sailed through the Pacific waters. Muscular mountains and chasms “frightful to behold” impressed Captain James Cook, who in 1773 became the first European to explore this region. Steaming sulfur waters, geysers, and pools of boiling mud have lured sightseers to Rotorua for well more than a century.
Undisturbed species like Sandager’s wrasse attract sport divers from around the globe to Poor Knights reserve. Flourishing greenery beckons hikers and explorers to tread the many famous paths of Fiordland.
Webs of cascading water, veils of cloud, and stands of silver beech lend mystery to secluded Fiordland, New Zealand's largest national park. Gliding with uncanny grace, bottlenose dolphins pass the scalloped shadow of a mountain peak in Fiordland, New Zealand’s largest national park. The pristine beaches, intriguing rock formations, and turquoise waters of Abel Tasman National Park entice more than 150,000 visitors each year.
Like teenagers at a mall, young southern royal albatrosses socialize on New Zealand’s Campbell Island. The morning sun rises on the Auckland city skyline and a cluster of boats moored in the inner harbor. Comment on posts created around "National Geographic Channel" and engage with other followers.
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National Geographic Channel, also commercially abbreviated and trademarked as Nat Geo, is a subscription television channel that airs non-fiction television programs produced by the National Geographic Society. In September 1997, the world's first National Geographic Channel was launched in the UK, Europe and Australia. Their backs to the Pacific, 15 restored moai stand watch at Ahu Tongariki, the largest of Easter Island's ceremonial stone platforms.


While completing his master's degree in conservation biology in New Zealand, Goshgarian, 32, and a friend explored South Island in a camper van.
Tourists diving on Easter Island's reef encounter a fake moai, made for a 1994 Hollywood movie and then sunk offshore. On a clear evening the main crater of the volcano is quiet, exuding just a few puffs of steam.
Inside the ice caves the volcano's warm, wet air freezes into frost crystals that grow into different shapes, depending on how the air currents flow. United States—Though more than a century old, these bird eggs retain a fresh palette at the University of Nebraska State Museum.
Following is the Collection of Best Photos of National Geographic's Photo of the day section. This highly accessible river of ice begins in the peaks of the Southern Alps, but flows some 8,000 vertical feet (2,400 vertical meters) into the lush rain forest of New Zealand's Westlands National Park.
At its founding in 1850, poet Denis Glover called the city's site “the most miasmal part of the Canterbury Plains,” beset with bog, fog, and mud.
Though off-limits to commercial fishing since 1981, the island reserve suffered pressure from recreational fishing until 1998, when full protection was conferred. Precipitation here tops 21 feet (6.4 meters) a year, making it one of the wettest places on Earth.
Fiordland’s dolphins may spend their entire lives in a single fiord—denizens of an isolated world as dramatic above water as it is below.
The smallest of New Zealand’s national parks, Abel Tasman’s 55,672 acres (22,530 hectares) include the famed Abel Tasman Coast Track. In Maori mythology, New Zealand's South Island is the canoe from which a mighty ancestor, Maui, hauled the fish-shaped North Island out of the sea. Like History and the Discovery Channel, the channel features documentaries with factual content involving nature, science, culture, and history.
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The inside of the crater looks like an exotic cheese, layers of ice alternating with layers of dark volcanic rocks, soils, and clays.
At Milford Sound, "one of the most breathtaking places on Earth," he waited several hours for winds calm enough to shoot. This is one of the biggest on Erebus, but the flux of heat and moisture from below has collapsed its side. The specimens, whose contents were emptied via shell holes, include a large one from a white-necked raven (far right) and five blue wood thrush eggs (far left).
These birds won’t begin breeding for three to nine more years, but time spent “hanging out” is crucial to selecting a mate—for life. By the 19th century all of Easter's moai had been toppled—by whom or what is unclear. The power of nature is strong here: thin air and fierce cold plus the elemental force of an active volcano. Beyond, a dreamscape of sea ice and ocean stretches to the mountains and dry valleys of the Antarctic mainland.
In the distance, beyond another ice tower, the Hut Point Peninsula extends like a finger toward Mount Discovery.
At the moment this picture was taken, the volcano was quiet, but it frequently erupts, hurling lava bombs high in the air.
Today she's a post office manager, and her friends' kids enjoy playing with the dolls, dressed here in vintage clothing for a beach excursion. In the distance, sea ice, open ocean, and the mountains and dry valleys of the Antarctic mainland. Its primary sister network worldwide, including the United States, is Nat Geo Wild, which focuses on animal programming, including the popular Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan.



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