Orcas (Orcinus orca) show their smarts by working together to whip up a meal. Here, a pod hunts for herring in Norway’s Andfjorden. Members of the pod coordinate their moves, herding a mass of herring into a manageable ball. They then whip their tails against the ball, stunning or killing the fish.

Killer TailsPhotograph by Paul Nicklen, National Geographic Orcas show their smarts by working together to whip up a meal. Here, a pod hunts for herring in Norway’s Andfjorden. Members of the pod.

Boston.com's The Big Picture / 125 Years of National Geographic (view the full set of 23 amazing photos here: http://www.boston.com/bigpicture/2013/01/125_years_of_national_geograph.html)

125 Years of National Geographic

Tanzania, A touching moment between primatologist and National Geographic grantee Jane Goodall and young chimpanzee Flint at Tanzania's Gombe Stream Reserve. (Photo by Hugo van Lawick via National Geographic)

National Geographic Kids | Ten Facts about Ancient Egypt (video steps back in time to show how King Tut's pyramid was constructed.

National Geographic Kids Ten Facts about Ancient Egypt (video steps back in time to show how King Tut's pyramid was constructed.

Underwater picture of a sperm whale’s tail by Shane Gross via @natgeosociety

Whale of a Tail. Photograph by Shane Gross, National Geographic Your Shot. (via Whale Picture — Sri Lanka Photo — National Geographic Photo of the Day) More Animals here.

Fifty-five percent of American pantries are only stocked with enough food for three days. Those families are not likely to survive very long in the case of doomsday hitting. Preparing for the end of the world takes a lot of resources and planning. In this infographic, National Geographic takes a look at the most effective ways to survive after doomsday.

Would You Survive Doomsday? Infographic is one of the best Infographics created in the category. Check out Would You Survive Doomsday?

Love the use of the National Geographic yellow graphic to tie this together. Such a recognizable but simple gesture.

Really cool web design! Love the use of the National Geographic yellow graphic to tie this together. Such a recognizable but simple gesture

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