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National Geographic August 2005

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Brazil’s Wild Wet { The Pantanal; The Wild Wet}
Brazil’s Wild Wet Cowboys, caimans, and mud come together in the Pantanal, where modern pressures threaten the health of one of the world’s largest wetlands. BY SUSAN MCGRATH PHOTOGRAPHS BY JOEL SARTORE
After Oil: Powering the Future { Powering the Future; Future Power: Where Will the World Get Its Next Energy Fix? }
Powering the Future Where on Earth can our energy- hungry society turn to replace oil, coal, and natural gas? BY MICHAEL PARFIT PHOTOGRAPHS BY SARAH LEEN
Cave Art Mystery { Hands Across Time: Exploring the Rock Art of Borneo}
Hands Across Time Deep within the cliffside caves of eastern Borneo, 10, 000- year- old paintings featuring the hands of the artists themselves may offer clues about ancient migrations. BY LUC- HENRI FAGE PHOTOGRAPHS BY CARSTEN PETER
Hurricane Warning { In Hot Water}
Hurricane Warning Last year’s record hurricane season may have been just the beginning. Forecasters predict the Atlantic seaboard could be in for decades of relentless pounding. BY CHRIS CARROLL PHOTOGRAPHS BY TYRONE TURNER
China’s Fossil Marvels { Jewels in the Ash: China’s Extraordinary Fossil Site}
China’s Fossil Marvels Layers of shale and volcanic ash in Liaoning Province are yielding fossils so exquisitely preserved, we even know what some prehistoric creatures ate for their last meals. BY CLIFF TARPY PHOTOGRAPHS BY 0. LOUIS MAZZATENTA
The Bomb- -60 Years Later { Living With the Bomb}
Living With the Bomb It’s been 60 years since Hiroshima and Nagasaki. Today nuclear weapons stoke nations’ dreams of power- and give their citizens nightmares. BY RICHARD RHODES
65760: Not Quite Utopia { ZipUSA: 65760; ZipUSA: Missouri Utopia? ; ZipUSA: Tecumseh, Missouri}
ZipUSA: 65760 Keeping a fractious socialist commune running in Tecumseh, Missouri, takes good old- fashioned capitalism. BY ALAN MAIRSON PHOTOGRAPHS BY MARIA STENZEL

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