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141 pages. Features: *Child of the stars: A photographer's adaptation of Antoine de Saint-Exupery's book reimagines The Little Prince as a nuanced look at Andean culture *Dr. Fauci: His life and work. In interviews with National Geographic, Anthony Fauci tells what has shaped him: from childhood in Brooklyn to serving seven U.S. presidents *The lost river of Paris: Conversation efforts aim to bring back the historic Bievre *Color perception in fish *A new human species? *Animals in space *Mozambique makeover *Tips for reducing waste *Feather forensics lab *100 wonders of archaeology: Discoveries such as the cave art of Lascaux and the tomb of King Tut have yielded remarkable secrets dating as far back as 3.7 million years ago. From the new National Geographic book Lost Cities, Ancients Tombs, see the finds that changed history *A war on itself: In Tigray, Ethiopia, civilians have become the target of conflict *An icy world melts: The Antarctic Peninsula is an ecosystem in peril *A journey's lessons: Partway through his 24,000-mile walk around the world, a writer realizes the power of remembering. And he wonders who among the thousands of people he has met is "best equipped to survive-if not master-the challenges of our uncertain age"
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 November 2021
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