National Geographic May 1961
Indonesia, the Young and Troubled Island Nation
The authors travel this exotic archipelago by land and sea in their amphibious vehicle, and keep watch for guerrilla attacks.
Plants That Eat Insects
More than 400 species of plants, including the Venus flytrap, attract and capture bugs for sustenance.
Countdown for Space
Pioneer in space, a chimpanzee’s successful flight confirms that man can survive travel by space capsule.
Great Masters of a Brave Era in Art
American collectors amass a stunning collection of Impressionist canvases.
The director of Washington, D. C. ‘s National Zoological Park visits an Indian maharaja to collect one of the only white tigers in captivity.
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