National Geographic August 1912

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Not just another pretty place, tropical Zanzibar also boasts a strong clove industry, a highly profitable ivory trade, and a distinct cosmopolitan feel.
Notes About Ants and Their Resemblance to Man
Highly structured and orderly, matriarchal ant colonies have unique methods of coping with the universal problems facing animal populations – – including humans.
Volcanoes of Alaska
A report and pictures recount the eruption of Mount Katmai and the devastation left in its aftermath.
Elephant Hunting in Equatorial Africa with Rifle and Camera
Ugangan elephants are hunted and killed in an effort to secure prime specimens for the American Museum of Natural History.
The Grandest and Most Mighty Terrestrial Phenomenon: The Gulf Stream
John Elliot Pillsbury of the U. S. Navy describes the workings of the warm ocean current known as the Gulf Stream and speculates how it influenced the colonization of North America.

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