National Geographic magazine is celebrating 125 years of expeditions across the world in an exhibition at the mineralogy gallery at the Museum of Natural History in Paris, a space usually closed to the public. The selection highlights the most emblematic shots of the monthly magazine: key expeditions of explorers like Dian Fossey, Jacques Cousteau, etc.
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