NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC MAGAZINE - JULY 2016 ISSUE
Table Of Contents: July 2016
How Science Is Putting a New Face on Crime Solving
Advances in forensics are giving us an unprecedented ability to solve cases—and exposing mistakes in some investigations.
Other Features include...
The Power of Parks: Inside the Fight to Save One of the World’s Most Dangerous Parks
Virunga, one of the wonders of Africa, is home to rare gorillas—and plagued by violence and economic tension.
Summer of Sharks: Why Great White Sharks Are Still a Mystery to Us
Thanks to Jaws, they're the ocean's most iconic and feared fish. But we know surprisingly little about them.
Magazine: How the Greeks Changed the Idea of the Afterlife
Their secret cults help shape the way we think of what happens after death.
Proof: A Photojournalist Comes Home to America
After 20 years of living abroad, photographer David Guttenfelder takes to the road in the U.S. to rediscover what it means to be...