National Geographic : 2010 Nov
• INSIDE GEOGRAPHIC PHOTO: NGT GeoPuzzle Answers SPONGEANUBSAABE SAVIORAOTROAPAX TREKORTREATAISU ASNOGAOARSAMAID AAALONGDISTANCE TAGALOGAAYAKAAA EQUIAGLIBAROOST MUMAROETRIPAMAO PASTAASEEDAMAIN AAAOILAAWOMANLY CRAWLINGPLANAAA HORNAGURUAROSEA EGOATAKEBYSWARM SUMAATEEASHANIA SEAADESKALARGER NAT GEO CHANNELOntheMove This monththe National Geographic Channel presents Great Migrations, a seven-part, global television event with unprecedented footage of millions of animals making their instinctive treks in the name of survival. Three years in the making, this program takes viewers across the globe, intimately capturing the often harrowing migrations of wildebeests, walruses, red crabs (above), and more. Then it takes us behind the scenes to see the advanced tech- nology required to capture this spectacular, high-definition show of wildlife. Catch the first episode on November 7 at 8 p.m. SPECIAL ISSUESacredJourneys Whatisitabout a place that compels us to travel there for spiritual sustenance? From Mecca to Vatican City, destinations the world over draw throngs of people seeking religious fulfillment. Yet for many others a hike to Mount Fuji or a walk in the woods also offers a powerful experience---and a holiness of its own. Explore some of Earth's most fascinating and important spiritual sites in Sacred Journeys, featuring a map of major pilgrimages and places and an essay by National Geographic's senior editor Don Belt. This new National Geographic special issue is available in bookstores November 2 or at ngm.com/sacred-journeys ($10.99). FR EE MAP WORLD FAITHS SACRED JOURNEYS Earth's Holiest Places Pilgrimage Sites From Stonehenge to Galilee OU R LADY OF FATIMA, PORTUGAL ESSAY: SEARCHING FOR MIRACLES SPECIAL EDITION NG BOOKS Brilliantly illustrated with more than 250 color photo- graphs, Great Migrations is the essential companion to the television series of the same name. This book will captivate animal lovers and environmentalists alike with its in-depth coverage of the never-before-seen wildlife behavior and stories show- cased in the groundbreaking documentary. Other highlights include archival images and unforgettable film stills. Look for Great Migrations in book- stores in mid-October ($35). Society Updates Red crabs migrate from forest to sea on Australia's Christmas Island.