National Geographic March 1975


Six Months Alone in a Cave
French scientist Michel Siffre tried to divorce himself from the awareness of time – – and still bears the emotional scars of the ordeal.
Nova Scotia, the Magnificent Anchorage
Sturdy independence marks the people of Canada’s sea- ringed eastern province. By Charles McCarry. Photographs by Gordon W. Gahan.
Hidden Worlds in the Heart of a Plant
National Geographic senior scientist Paul A. Zahl explores bromeliad wells, which shelter a whole galaxy of life – – from bacteria and algae to scorpions, snakes, and crabs.
Which Way Now for Argentina?
One man has dominated Argentine politics for three decades: the late Juan Peron. Writer- photographer Loren McIntyre finds the nation still struggling with the explosive legacy of this controversial leader.
Hawaii, Island of Fire and Flowers
The Big Island still offers lonely beaches, huge cattle ranches – – complete with cowboys – – and ringside seats for spectacular volcanic eruptions. By Gordon Young. Photographs by Robert W. Madden.
The Kurds of Iraqu: We Who Face Death { We Who Face Death }
Slipping across the border from neighboring Iran, LeRoy Woodson, Jr. , reports on two months in the mountain strongholds of Iraq’s Kurdish revolutionaries.

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