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137 pages. Features: *Transforming trash into protest art: Waste plagues the Democratic Republic of the Congo. Artists make living sculptures that speak against it *How the Midwest is Latin American: Moving to Ohio, she feared she'd miss her Latinx family ways- but found them again *Step into clouds: This lesser known Himalayan trek delivers soaring views without the Everest crowds *When she attracts him, and him, and . . Mating is both a group affair and a competitive sport among Atlantic horseshoe crabs *Going ever deeper: In Mexico, avid cavers aim not so much to set records as to discover the planet's marvels together *The power of touch: We all need it, for happiness and health. But what exactly is there in touch that makes it so important? Scientists, engineers, doctors, and research volunteers are pushing boundaries in an effort to understand this most enigmatic of the senses-and to return touch to people who have lost it *Undersea splendor under stress: Vibrant Philippine corals face new threats *The comeback cats: Once critically endangered, Iberian lynx are making a recovery *Angling to save a pastime: Climate change is putting the heat on cold-water fish and those who catch them
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 June 2022
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