National Geographic June 1967


Imperiled Gift of the Sea: Caribbean Green Turtle { Caribbean Green Turtle: Imperiled Gift of the Sea}
At Tortuguero Beach, Costa Rica, the last nesting site of the once abundant green turtle, scientists collect eggs in order to air lift the hatchlings to beaches where greens once prevailed.
Illinois: The City and the Plain
Dominated by the famous inland port of Chicago, the Prairie State also boasts smaller cities focused on mining and manufacturing.
First Conquest of Antarctica’s Highest Peaks
A ten- man expedition overcomes explosive winds, razor- sharp ridges, and deep- freeze cold to conquer virgin heights.
First La Gorce Medal Honors Antarctic Expedition
Chief Justice Earl Warren, a Society trustee, bestows a new National Geographic honor on Nicholas B. Clinch and his team for their expedition to scale Antarctic peaks.
French Riviera: Storied Playground on the Azure Coast
Marseille, France’s oldest and second largest city, pursues commerce while neighboring ports – – Cannes, Nice, and Monaco – – concentrate on sun- baked pleasure pursuits.

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