National Geographic September 2011
Joy for Orphan Elephants
With the right kind of milk (and the right kind of love), a traumatized calf can make it.
If We Only Had Wings
From da Vinci to NASA scientists, humans dream up schemes to soar like a bird. Are we there yet?
Miracle of the Adirondacks
New York’s park is blessedly remote, divinely beautiful, and unbelievably complicated.
Birth of a New Brazil
Big families are out. Credit strong-willed women – and the steamy soap operas that inspired them.
The Race to the South Pole
A century ago Scott lost the Amundsen won-partly because he knew when to turn back.
Lords of the Sahara
The fiercely independent Tuareg struggle to survive amid the turmoil of North Africa.
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