National Geographic February 2017
A 9,000-Year Love Affair
Alcohol is one of the most universally produced and enjoyed substances in history, and it has helped shape who we are.
Small cats – like the marbled cat below – are skilled at avoiding notice. But they’re beginning to draw the attention of conservationists and researchers.
Saving the Seas
Although President Obama granted protected status to 850,000 square miles of ocean, there’s still more to do.
Life After Loss
Societies can impose new burdens and limits on women after their husbands die.
In the jungle today, real people face the clash of tribal lore and modern life.
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