National Geographic July 2012
The Riddle of Easter Island
How did the statues move? That question puzzles archaeologists – and modern-day islanders.
Is that a spaceship? Or a mushroom cloud? Or a strange skyscape whipped up by wild weather?
A language goes silent every 14 days. That could mean the end of words like tradzy, azaac, khei-at.
Life in an Icy Inferno
The breakfast of scientists freezes in the bowl. But weird microbes, possibly from Earth’s bowels, thrive in the hot soil of an Antarctic volcano.
In vacation cottages the women are in housedresses. The men, Speedos and rubber boots. They brood, plant, party, and restore their souls.
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