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136 pages. Features: *To know sharks is to admire them: By demythologizing these ocean predators' lives, a photographer hopes to turn our fears into fascination *Why we should spare parasites: Yes, they can be creepy and gross, and they're the pariahs of the animal world. But the planet needs them *Jessica Nabongo: She traveled to every country on Earth and now shares lessons learned along the way *Diving under the Pyramids: In Sudan, archeologists studying ancient burial sites gear up and plunge down *Crafted for catching: See the many tools that a Texas-based company uses to make baseball gloves *We are here: Across the U.S. and Canada, a powerful movement is building among Native nations that are seeking greater sovereignty. To many indigenous peoples, it's about taking control of their way of life-their lands, laws, languages, foods, arts-and getting to decide their futures *Why cities are going wild: From bears to coyotes, crafty critters are choosing urban life *Sinking fast: Residents of Java, Indonesia, grapple with the enriching sea *Reviving the road to Rome: Italy's Appian Way will offer a cross-country trek through time
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 July 2022
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