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135 pages. Features: *Lessons and levity: Memorizing the Quran in schools cross Turkey, girls are focused and disciplined. But sometimes they just want to have fun *The immortal marks of stars: An artist creatively preserves the work of trailblazing women astronomers *Superpower: A grand experiment in nuclear fusion, which supplies emission-free energy, is gearing up in southern France *Nature's tastemaker: Petunias may hold the key to formulating all-natural versions of popular flavorings *Borscht belt revisited: A road trip through the Catskills reveals remnants of summers past and discoveries about the area today *Britain's Stone Age building boom: Stonehenge and other awe-inspiring monuments rose across Britain during its late Neolithic era. Now new technologies are helping archeologists solve some of these markers' many mysteries *Under the big top: Horseshoe crabs are survivors, but we're putting them at risk *India's energy challenge: How will the nation responsibly meet growing demand? *Where the myth lives: Unorthodox behavior, wild landscapes: It's the Texas of our imagination, realized in Big Bend National Park
National Geographic Society
Publication Date:1 August 2022
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