NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE - NOVEMBER 2016 ISSUE
Table Of Contents: November 2016
Mars: Inside the High-Risk, High-Stakes Race to the Red Planet
If the trip doesn't kill you, living there might.
Other Features include...
From the Editor
To Mars, by Multimedia
Why Do Octopuses Remind Us So Much of Ourselves?
They change shape and color, and squirt ink. But they also will return your gaze, "as if they're scrutinizing you."
Here Comes a Wave of Change for Cuba
Warming relations with the U.S. has an upbeat but wary island bracing for a rush of visitors from its Cold War adversary.
THE POWER OF PARKS
Cuba's Underwater Jewels Are in Tourism's Path
Will Gardens of the Queen, a sprawling marine reserve, be threatened as the island nation opens to U.S. visitors?
Can Sri Lanka Hold On to Its Fragile Peace
Seven years after a brutal civil war, the South Asian nation faces the aftermath: the tens of thousands homeless or missing.
The Secret Lives of Mexican Nuns
Cloistered in Catholic monasteries, these sisters embrace tradition, devotion—and rock-and-roll.