National Geographic April 1964
At Home in the Sea
Jacques- Yves Cousteau and his companions pioneer a new underwater world, living as oceanauts in a submerged colony on a Red Sea reef.
The Cats in Our Lives
Cats are growing in popularity and population. The author examines the wide variety of these familiar family friends.
Over and Under Chesapeake Bay
A three- and- a- half year struggle with weather and water will soon result in the opening of the Chesapeake Bay Bridge- Tunnel, destined to become a vital link in East Coast highway transportation.
From Sun- clad Sea to Shining Mountains
Following North America’s national parks highway, a Maryland family rolls from cactus- studded desert to Canada’s majestic glaciers.
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