National Geographic March 1962
Mountains of the Moon
The towering Ruwenzori mountains straddle the border between Uganda and the Democratic Republic of the Congo and harbor many surprises, including plants that mysteriously grow to outlandish sizes.
Three Whales That Flew
In a carefully orchestrated hunting trip, the New York Aquarium collects live beluga whales from Alaskan waters.
Living Honey Jars of the Ant World
Special workers among the honey ants serve as living storage tanks, holding up to eight times their body weight in honeydew.
Henry Hudson’s River
From sea to source, the author follows a river short in length but long in history.
Journey to Outer Mongolia
Rarely seen by Westerners in the past, this small country surrounded by Russia and China joins the United Nations and the modern world.
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