National Geographic : 1942 Jan
The National Geographic Magazine Dr. Raymond A. ]illon Sea Lions Climb Trees in the Galapagos, If the Trunks Are Not Too Steep This animal has clambered onto a log near the muddy shore to sun itself, since there is no dry, sandy beach. Young are born in the shade of mangrove roots and branches. Edmrund Zar'er "To Get Away from It All," the Wittmer Family Came to the Lonely Galapagos Gradually they built a comfortable home on Santa Maria Island. Now they live contentedly with little help from the outside world (page 8). They raise their own vegetables and fruit, obtain water from a near-by spring, and shoot wild cattle for meat. From the hides they make their own shoes.