National Geographic February 1963


Burma, Gentle Neighbor of India and Red China
Primarily Buddhist and agricultural, Burma is a delicate union of diverse peoples strategically located between communist pressure points in Southeast Asia.
New Era in the Loneliest Continent
Challenged by Antarctica’s harsh climate, scientists study this land’s rugged environment.
Window on Nature: The American Museum of Natural History { Behind New York’s Window on Nature: The American Museum of Natural History}
Each year, the American Museum of Natural History enchants millions of visitors with its unmatched collections, and on- going research spanning the animal, mineral, and human worlds.
Wolves Versus Moose on Isle Royale
Wildlife biologists track the timber wolves of Michigan’s Isle Royale National Park to learn more about their habits and relationship with the moose.

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