National Geographic February 2013
New Old Libya
Libyans lived under a dictator who twisted their past. Now they must imagine their future.
A snapshot from space can find buried treasures.
Patrick Meier saves lives with his online maps.
The Bite That Heals
Venom is nature’s most efficient killer. Now we’re discovering how it can cure as well.
Heaven and Hell on Earth
The nomads of Afghanistan’s Wakhan corridor live in one of the world’s most beautiful and unforgiving places.
On fields throughout Africa determined kids turn plastic bags, old clothes, and shredded tires into beloved soccer balls.
The Sultans of Streams
Britain’s otters were all but wiped out by chemicals leaching into rivers. Now they’ve made a comeback.
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