National Geographic : 2010 May
34 54 74 94 120 134 A Mountain Transformed Shocking New Saints The Secrets of Sleep China's Tea Horse Road Europe's Wild Side Lifeline for the Lynx MAY2010•vol.217•no.5 Thirty years after the blast, Mount St. Helens is reborn. By McKenzie Funk Photographs by Diane Cook and Len Jenshel They're adored by Mexican outlaws and ordinary folks. By Alma Guillermoprieto Photographs by Shaul Schwarz Scientists want to know why we do---and don't---doze. By D. T. Max Photographs by Maggie Steber Remnants of the legendary trail lead to modern thrills. By Mark Jenkins Photographs by Michael Yamashita A team of photographers captures rebounding wildlife. Spanish conservationists care for the world's rarest cat. Photographs by Pete Oxford and Reneé Bish OFFICIAL JOURNAL OF THE NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC SOCIETY MAGGIE STEBER Don't hit that cow! A simulator at Washington State University tests the effect of sleep deprivation on driver attentiveness. Story on page 74.