STAFF OF NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC.
Title National Geographic March 1991.
Book Condition Softcover. Good condition.
Edition First Edition. Volume 179, Number 3.
Publisher National Geographic Society, Washington: 1991.
Seller ID 35203X2
Dispatches from Eastern Europe: From the Baltic to the Black Sea, countries freed from decades of communist rule struggle toward democracy, amid outpourings of elation. and violence. The Splendors of Lechuguilla Cave: With its immense chambers and astonishing formations, a recent find in New Mexico is the Grand Canyon of the underworld. Montreal--Heart of French Canada: Montrealers lead the movement for a separate Quebec. Eye to Eye With the Giant Octopus: To dive with the Pacific giant octopus is to learn about a gentle creature that can weigh 50 pounds and is as savvy as a house cat. Along the Santa Fe Trail: The 900-mile-long trail that served as a meeting ground for Anglo, Hispanic, and Indian cultures in the 1800s thrives with new adventurers and preservationists. The Hard Way to the North Pole: Crossing crevasses, pressure ridges, and open water, two Norwegian skiers reach the North Pole without being resupplied. Cover: A caver explores the depths of Lechuguilla Cave, a massive labyrinth of spectacular natural sculptures beneath southern New Mexico.
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