NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE - DECEMBER 2013 ISSUE
Table of Contents: December 2013
Out of Eden
“Are you crazy?” That’s one of the first questions the author heard as he began his 21,000-mile trek.
Other Features include...
Lale Labuko: Child Saver
The Ethiopian has rescued 37 babies fated to die.
Radio collars and camera traps reveal the haunts of the elusive cougar—in L.A. and beyond.
The origin of the sport may lie in remote Chinese mountains, where skiing is still a way of life.
Lasers scan landmarks like Mount Rushmore, creating a digital record to guide any future rehab.
The Unexpected Walrus
It’s doting and dangerous, graceful and lumbering.
The Weed That Won the West
It came from Russia. And it tumbled. A lot.
We check in with Paul Salopek, who has set out on a seven-year quest to retrace the path of human migration.
Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.