National Geographic : 2013 Mar
Curiously Colored Katydids Why did the katydid turn from green to pink? Explorers Quiz Who was the “savior of mothers”? What was the earliest known human surgery? Saving Lunar History moon sites need to be protected. Pushy Primates Pardon me, is that a baboon in your kitchen? Diamond Planet jewelers could make many rings from the mantle of planet 55 cancri e. Animal Gestation And you say you’ve been pregnant for how many months, mrs. Elephant? 19 136 137 4 6 8 10 16 Editor’s Note Letters Survival Guide VISIONS NG Connect The Moment Flashback On the Cover Natural gas escapes from underground and flares on one of North Dakota’s oil fields. The distant rig is near the intersection of Highway 2 and Highway 85, north of Williston. The picture was taken on june 2, 2012. Photo by Eugene Richards Your Shot ToP PHoTo: DIANE cook AND lEN jENSHEl DIgItal EDItIONS March 2013 NEXt Contributions to the National Geographic Society are tax deductible under Section 501(c)(3) of the U.S. tax code. Copyright © 2013 National Geographic Society All rights reserved. National Geographic and Yellow Border: Registered Trademarks ® Marcas Registradas. National Geographic assumes no responsibility for unsolicited materials. Printed in U.S.A. Subscriptions For subscriptions, gift memberships, or changes of address, contact customer Service at ngmservice.com or call 1-800 -NGS-lINE (647-5463). outside the U.S. and canada please call +1-813-979-6845. Please recycle. PRiNTed oN 100% PeFC-CeRTiFied PAPeR Risk Taker Video Meet a biologist who really dives into her job. National Geographic is available on the iPad, the kindle Fire, and the iPhone. Bonobos Interactive Art See what makes these great apes unique. Night Gardens Time-Lapse Watch the flowers unfurl by moonlight.