National Geographic January 1986


Queensland, Broad Shoulder of Australia
Kangaroos and cattle outnumber Aussies in this wide- open state where traditional values are staunchly preserved, says William S. Ellis. Photographs by David Robert Austen. With a special report on unique fossil finds.
Hood River Adventure { On Canada’s Hood River: Clues to a Tragic Trek}
John W. Lentz and photographer Todd Buchanan find relics of the first Canadian expedition of Sir John Franklin, whose quest for the Northwest Passage ended in tragedy.
C. M. Russell, Cowboy Artist
Montana’s rough- and- ready frontier life lives on in the paintings, sketches, and sculpture of a self- taught genius portrayed by Bart McDowell and photographer Sam Abell.
Switzerland: The Clockwork Country
Behind the postcard scenery of snow- topped Alps lies a fortress nation with well- armed citizen- soldiers determined to guard its neutrality. John J. Putnam examines the propensity for order that keeps Switzerland ticking. Photographs by Cotton Coulson.
Freshwater Turtles- -Designed for Survival
Discovering how these armored reptiles have gone almost unchanged since the time of the dinosaurs may help science ensure their continued existence. Biologist Christopher P. White and photographer Bill Curtsinger track species of the eastern U. S.

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