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125 pages. Features: *Expedition team member Matthew Irving surveys a view duirng the search for new species in a secluded biodiversity hot spot of northwestern Guyana *Abes across America: A photographer finds that these Lincoln look-alikes have much in common, from black suits and bow ties to patriotism inspired by the 16th president *A way for nature to rest in peace: Designed for the living and the dead: conservation cemeteries *Big-wave thrills: Off Nazare, Portugal, waves become giant peaks, making this spot the Everest of surfing *Produce Sans plastic labels: Organiz fruits and veggies now can carry eco-friendly markings *Where the Walruses sing: An isolated Alaska island attracts walruses and their 'chimes' *U the mountain, to a world apart: Why venture into a remote part of Guyana with no roads and no guarantee of gettingout? To identify new species, to uncover clues about evolution-and to climb a sheer-sided, flat-topped mountain known locally as a tepui *The weird wonder of seahorses: They're captivating- and disappearing *Plastic runs through it: The Ganges River is a sacred watreway in India. It's alos a key conduit of waste *All for the song: Cuba's obession is fueling the illegal trapping of songbirds *The water behind us: In Ghana, a tradition of responsible fishing binds communities
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 April 2022
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