National Geographic : 1942 Aug
The National Geographic Magazine Hold Tight for the Fastest Ride on Two Feet! Having no way to guide this young male ostrich, she can only cling to his flightless wings as he dashes off in any direction he chooses. Ostrich farmers at Oudtshoorn once made huge fortunes from plumes. © National Geographic Society Kodaccromes Dy W. MoDert moore At Hout Bay, near Capetown, They Land Lobsters by the Ton The creatures are spiny lobsters, or sea crayfishes. Tails are removed and then cooked, canned, or ice packed fresh for export. The United States normally buys 1,900,000 pounds of iced tails annually.