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Table of Contents April 2013 Back to Life Reviving an extinct species is no longer a fantasy. Is it a good idea? Features Mammoth Tusk Hunter Pristine Tusk Tusk Hunters Remains of long-gone mammoths lie buried in Siberian tundra. Explore New Species Seeking New Species Scientists have found 1.7 million. Millions more are undiscovered. Barrington Irving Risk Takers: Crusading Pilot Barrington Irving wants to teach kids to explore the skies. Delaware Park Textile Mill Brandywine River Delaware, at Last A proposed park celebrates the Brandywine Valley and more. Manatees Florida Manatee Kings Bay I Love You, Manatee We swim with it when legal, tune to its radio station, ponder its fate. Wild Men Austria Krampus Europes Wild Men They dress in bear heads and bells, and behave like beasts. Mahogany Hand Measuring Illegal Mahogany A Rush for Red Gold Illegal loggers plunder Perus forests for mahogany. Species Revival Passenger Pigeon Editors Note This month, we consider the science and ethics of restoring extinct species. Ngm On Instagram NGM Photographers on Instagram Enjoy daily photo dispatches from our photographers. Mammoth Tusk Sunset Moment The Moment: Tusk and Sunset Evgenia Arbugaeva patiently waits until late summer to photograph a mammoth tusk in the Siberian sunset. Delaware Park Pennsylvania Battlefield Desktop Wallpaper Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this months issue of the magazine. Flashback Timber Wolf Taxidermy Flashback A 1947 photo shows taxidermist William L. Brown working on a timber wolf for the National Museum of Natural History. Voe Janne Parviainen Art Visions of Earth Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth. Ys Asian Flycatcher Your Shot Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader photos published in National Geographic.
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