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National Geographic December 2005

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New Space Telescope { Night Vision}
Night Vision NASA’s Spitzer Space Telescope keeps a keen eye out for cosmic birthplaces, where stars are blazing to life and new planets are forged. BY BILL DOUTHITT
Polar Bear Park { Polar Bears in Hot Water; Wapusk National Park; Refuge in White: Winter in a Canadian National Park}
Polar Bears in Hot Water Global warming has shortened the ice season in the Arctic, and the white bears of Canada’s Wapusk National Park are feeling the heat. BY JOHN L. ELIOT PHOTOGRAPHS BY NORBERT ROSING
Beyond Nessie { Sea Monsters: Scientists Bring Godzilla Back to Life; When Monsters Ruled the Deep}
Beyond Nessie These sea monsters are no myth. Meet the ancient reptilian creatures that have inspired terrifying tales in cultures the world over. BY VIRGINIA MORELL SPECIAL SUPPLEMENT: SEA MONSTERS
10017: Grand Central Passion { ZipUSA: 10017; ZipUSA: New York, New York}
ZipUSA: 10017 Every day more than 700, 000 people hustle through Manhattan’s Grand Central Terminal. It’s one of the biggest, deepest- and indeed grandest- train stations in the world. BY SUSAN ORLEAN PHOTOGRAPHS BY IRA BLOCK
Hope in Hell { Katrina: Deadly Delay; Deadly Delay: Katrina- -Grasping for Relief}
Katrina: Deadly Delay BY CHRIS CARROLL
Hope in Hell { Global Aid; When the World Forgets, Who Comes to Help}
Global Aid BY EDWARD GIRARDET PHOTOGRAPHS BY ] OHN STANMEYER
Global Aid: Hope in Hell { Hope in Hell}
Hope in Hell When disasters strike anywhere in the world- floods, famine, earthquakes, war- nations and aid agencies rally to help. But is there enough money, compassion, and long- term commitment to go around?
Buddha Rising
Buddha Rising Buddhism is gaining followers in the West with practical ways to still the mind and find enlightenment. BY PERRY GARFINKEL PHOTOGRAPHS BY STEVE McCURRY

Supplement:

MONSTERS OF THE ANCIENT SEA: SIDE TWO(13 x 20 1/4 inches)
Contents: Painting of [ Kronosaurus queenslandicus, ] Temnodontosaurus platydon, ] [ Tylosaurus proriger] , [ Thalassomedon hanningtoni, ] [ Nothosaurus giganteus, ] and [ Archelon ischyros] in the waters of an ancient sea.
MONSTERS OF THE ANCIENT SEA: SIDE ONE(20 1/4 x 13 inches)
Contents: Images of selected ancient marine reptiles. ; Included: The eye of [ Temnodontosaurus] , more than two inches across; [ Shonisaurus sikanniensis] ( Jurassic) ; [ Archelon ischyros] ( Cretaceous) ; [ Temnodontosaurus platyodon] ( Jurassic) ; [ N

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