Zyra.NET //// Zyra.org.uk //// Famous Names //// National Geographic Bags //// Maps //// Magazines //// Television Channels //// Gifts //// National Geographic Espaņa //// Gadgets //// Video and DVD //// Science //// Telescope Shops //// Extra National Geographic page //// Site Index
featured at Zyra's affiliate website
As well as being a famous magazine and a well known television channel, National Geographic is a scientific good cause encouraging progress and knowledge. In the words of National Geographic: "Founded in 1888, the National Geographic Society is one of the world's largest nonprofit scientific and educational organizations. Our mission is to increase and diffuse geographic knowledge while promoting the conservation of the world's cultural, historical and natural resources. National Geographic has funded over 7,000 scientific research projects, supports an education program combating geography illiteracy and reflects the world through magazines, television programs, books, videos, maps, interactive media and merchandise. Your purchases help make this important work possible".
National Geographic Products include CD-ROMS, Books, Magazines, Maps and Globes, Travel Products, Photography Gear, Videos, DVDs, Science Tools, Home Decor, Toys and Gifts for all ages! Themes include Adventure and Exploration, Animals and Nature, Culture and History, Geography and Reference, Photography, Science and Space, and product classifications include Books and Calendars, Cameras, Prints & Poster, Clothing & Accessories, For The Home, Magazines, Maps, Globes, and Atlases, Software and Music, Telescopes & Science Tools, Travel and Outdoor Gear, Videos and DVDs, The Kids Shop, National Geographic Home Collection, and Best Sellers.
Much of the stuff is adventurous, exploration related, scientifically intriguing, culturally diverse, or mind-stretchingly interesting in some way or another. When I just had a look around to see if I could find some items to mention I found there was a glass-bottomed inflatable boat, a fashionable jumper made from Peruvian alpaca wool, a robot artificial intelligence dinosaur, a Nepalese Mandala gong, the Gospel of Judas on DVD, and a miniature telescope that you point anywhere in the sky at night and it tells you the names of the stars it's looking at! Even those little watches are something more than they seem, as they are in fact carabiners with inbuilt timepieces, so you can hang on a rope off a precipice and dependably know what time it is, even underwater in the dark.
A whole world of adventurous possibilities opens up with National Geographic. But you don't have to take my word for it; You can explore the place and see what I mean...
LINK HERE TO GO TO THE PLACE!
http://shop.nationalgeographic.com affiliate program is with Commission Junction
If the links and banners on this page work, that's good! Otherwise, here's some help