National Geographic January 1982


The Amazing Frog- Eating Bat
Armed with tape recorders and cameras, zoologist Merlin D. Tuttle discovers that a frog’s love song can sound like a dinner bell to hungry bats on Barro Colorado Island in Panama.
Two Berlins- -A Generation Apart
Thirty- six years after partition, historic Berlin seems permanently severed, with separate cities presenting – – across the Wall – – sharp contrasts in wealth, license, and ambition. Priit J. Vesilind and photographer Cotton Coulson visit both.
New Clues to Virginia’s Lost Settlement { New Clues to an Old Mystery}
Global detective work, aided by NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC readers, helps archaeologist Ivor Noel Hume reconstruct the history of colonial Virginia’s Wolstenholme Towne. Photographs by Ira Block and paintings by Richard Schlecht.
Kenya’s Pokot Tribe { The Threatened Ways of Kenya’s Pokot People}
Anthropologist Elizabeth L. Meyerhoff lived for six years among Pokot farmers and herders of western Kenya. She and photographer Murray Roberts record their vanishing costumes and traditional rituals.
Taiwan Confronts a New Era { Taiwan}
Resilient, dynamic, and authoritarian, Taiwan – – home of the derecognized Republic of China – – continues its economic success story as it tests the shifting political winds. By Noel Grove, with photographs by John Chao.

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