National Geographic : 2011 Nov
• PHOTOS: ATLANTIC PRODUCTIONS/ZOO PTEROSAUR ; STEVE WINTER TIGER ; ROBERT CLARK RINGS Every month this page features our staff picks of National Geographic Society products and events. For more go to nglive/events.org. NG CONNECT MOVIE LECTURE APP EXHIBIT BOOK GOLD HOARD The Anglo-Saxon gold hoard is coming to Washington, D.C. View more than a hundred artifacts, including intricate sword-hilt rings (left). At the National Geographic Museum until March 4. Go to ngmuseum.org and enter "NGMAG" for discounted admission. WORLD ATLAS BY NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Hold the world in your hand with this interactive app featuring a 3-D globe and our database of facts and flags. In the App Store ($1.99). LOST GOLD OF THE DARK AGES Dig deeper into the mystery of England's buried Anglo-Saxon gold. This book illuminates an era of myth and legend with photos and in-depth analysis of the amazing discovery featured on this issue's cover. Available now ($35). Flying Monsters 3D Soar with pterosaurs as David Attenborough takes you back millions of years, to a world where reptiles with 40-foot wingspans ruled the skies. Computer-generated imagery (CGI) and 3-D technology bring these beasts to life, as Attenborough reveals how and why they flew. In theaters now. ON THE TRAIL OF THE TIGER For next month's feature story on tigers, wildlife photographer Steve Winter traveled to India, Indonesia, and Thailand. Hear his tales of pursuing the world's largest cats and see the stunning images at National Geographic headquarters in Washington, D.C., on November 30. Visit nglive.org for tickets. Free Download of the Month Blue King Brown Worldwize Australian band Blue King Brown channels a world of influences into its propulsive sound. Santana-like Latin percussion, the reggae wisdom of Bob Marley, and the anticolonial populism of Fela Kuti all echo through the band's unique take on roots-rock-reggae. Download a free song from its latest album, Worldwize, at natgeomusic.net/free.