National Geographic January 2012
A Thing or Two About Twins
Twins could unlock the secret to how genes and the environment interact to make us who we are.
Panama’s Big Dig
At an ancient cemetery, gold is surfacing so fast the archaeologist is tempted to yell, Stop, stop!
The Cold Patrol
It’s 25′ below zero. The dogs are unruly. Polar bears lurk. Pay is low. Yet Danes proudly serve.
The Healing Fields
“One less mine, one less child without a leg.” Cambodia recovers from the scourge of mines.
Africa’s Afar depression has swallowed camels, spit up lava lake, and created precious salt.
Hanging On the Hi-Line
Hype brought a flood of Montana homesteaders. Their descendants still struggle with tough terrain.
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