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Animal Mummies
In ancient Egypt they were preserved to serve as afterlife pals, holy helpers, or gourmet jerky.

Features

Reinventing Syria
Poised to play a pivotal new role in the Middle East, Syria struggles to escape its dark past.

Blaze of Blue
The Eurasian kingfisher is flashy and feisty.

Stone Labyrinth
Madagascar’s limestone towers are a haven for strange species.

India’s Wet Harvest
Weary of waiting for rain, farmers are making the most of monsoon waters.

King Crocs
The reptiles were once on top of the world. Why did they fall?

The Electric Commute
In the not too distant future, plug-in vehicles may play in Peoria.

Editor's Note
Two journalists enter a dangerous limestone forest to cover a national park and reserve in Madagascar.

Flashback: Abridged
An ancient Roman bridge spanned the Wadi al Murr near Mosul, Iraq, in the 1920s.

Desktop Wallpaper
Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this month's issue of the magazine.

Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.

Your Shot
Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader photos published in National Geographic.

Wide Angle
Read about and comment on new finds in science, technology, wildlife, and more.
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Features

Whirlwind Whales
Bryde's whales rocket through Pacific shallows to gorge on fish.

Facing Down the Fanatics
A more tolerant Islam is confronting extremism in the world's most populous Muslim country.

Unseen Sahara
Libya’s desert was once home to farmers and hunters, lions and elephants.

Treasured Ship
Five centuries ago a ship loaded with gold wrecked off a beach laden with diamonds.

Extreme Origami
Technology is taking a page from the ancient art of paper folding.

Editor's Note
Can California save forests with the same sort of innovation it brought to the silicon chip?

Flashback: Bali Dancer
A towering headdress and plug earrings adorn a 1930s Balinese djanger dancer.

Desktop Wallpaper
Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this month's issue of the magazine.

Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.

Your Shot
Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader photos published in National Geographic.

Wide Angle
Read about and comment on new finds in science, technology, wildlife, and more.

GeoPuzzle: Clue Grit
This month's puzzle tests your skill at desert crosswording.
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Features

Raising Penguins
By the multitudes, breeding king penguins come ashore each year to stake a claim on Possession Island.

Sneaky Orchids
How do you spread your genes around when you're stuck in one place? By tricking animals into falling in love.

From Africa to Astoria
DNA collected in Queens tells the story of human migration.

Flashback: Smoking Hot
Sun-powered sights were on display at a solar-energy symposium in 1955.

Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.

Wide Angle
Read about and comment on new finds in science, technology, wildlife, and more.

Shattered Somalia
With turmoil all around them, residents barely remember what life under a stable government is like.

Plugging Into the Sun
Sunlight bathes us in far more energy than we could ever need―if we could just catch enough.

Editor's Note
Photojournalists risk their lives to tell stories like "Shattering Somalia."

Desktop Wallpaper
Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this month's issue of the magazine.

Your Shot
Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader photos published in National Geographic.

GeoPuzzle
This month's puzzle likens crosswords to orchids.
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Features

Isn't She Lovely?
Camels converge on Abu Dhabi for an annual beauty contest.

The Art of Deception
Sometimes survival means lying, stealing, or vanishing in place.

Shading the Earth
Some scientists say we need a plan B: a giant sunshade that would cool the planet.


Interactives

The Art of Deception
Use your mouse to locate and click on the creature exhibiting mimicry behavior.

Below Yellowstone
A column of superheated rock rises from hundreds of miles within the Earth.

Answers From Angkor
After rising to sublime heights, the sacred city may have engineered its own downfall.


Photography

Visions of Earth
See the world's wonders through the eyes of National Geographic photographers.

Infinite Photograph
Dive into this dynamic photo mosaic of My Shot dog images.

Flashback
Galleries of historical photographs offer a peek into our past.


Video

Your Shot: From the Editors
What makes a photo stand out? Find out how National Geographic editors pick their favorite Your Shot images.

Deep Southern Caves
Stephen Alvarez talks about the challenges of choreographing a photo in the dark, noisy setting of an underground waterfall.

The Forgotten Faithful
Photographer Ed Kashi travels to Syria, Lebanon, and the Holy Land to see how Christians in the region live.


Your Space

My Shot
My Shot is your chance to have your own National Geographic Web page. Create and share albums, puzzles, and games based on photos you upload.


Highlights

Jigsaw Puzzle Generator
Time yourself and challenge your friends to solve these jigsaw puzzles, featuring Daily Dozen images from Your Shot.
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Features

Top Ten State Fair Joys
Be hypnotized! Gawk at cows! Indulge in fried Coca-Cola! Take in the state fair.

Manta Rays
Manta rays in the Maldives gather for a roiling, whirling feast of plankton.

Serbs Face the Future
They look at Kosovo with regret―and to Europe with hope.


Interactives

Answers From Angkor
After rising to sublime heights, the sacred city may have engineered its own downfall.

Telescopes
Get a snapshot of significant advances in telescope design over the last 400 years.

Try the Atlas Explorer
See interactive world maps from National Geographic's Maps Division.


Photography

Visions of Earth
See the world's wonders through the eyes of National Geographic photographers.

Infinite Photograph
Dive into this dynamic photo mosaic of My Shot dog images.

Flashback
Galleries of historical photographs offer a peek into our past.


Video

Deep Southern Caves
Stephen Alvarez talks about the challenges of choreographing a photo in the dark, noisy setting of an underground waterfall.

The Forgotten Faithful
Photographer Ed Kashi travels to Syria, Lebanon, and the Holy Land to see how Christians in the region live.

Behind the Photo: Leatherback
Brian Skerry shares the challenges and rewards in creating a unique underwater image of a giant leatherback turtle.
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Features

The End of Plenty
In an era of tightening supplies and rising prices, our hot and hungry world could face a perpetual food crisis.

Finland's Northern Light
At Oulanka National Park in the far north of Finland, a forest floor outshines the sky.

Deep Southern Caves
Hard-core cavers in three states stop at nothing to probe an underworld wilderness.

River Dolphins
Tracking prey deep in the forest, freshwater dolphins make the most of the Amazon’s prodigious annual flood.

Tang Shipwreck
Goods from the Belitung ship exemplify the creativity and craft that flourished in Tang dynasty China.

Editor's Note
Chris Johns examines the lessons of the green revolution, which increased food yields by using new technology.

Flashback: Eyes on the Pies
From the March 1942 National Geographic, patrons line up at a New York City Automat.

Desktop Wallpaper
Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this month's issue of the magazine.

Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.

Your Shot
Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader photos published in National Geographic.
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Baby Mammoth
Leatherback Turtles
Shangri-La
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●特集/育成力アップキャンペーン第3弾!
もっとヘアデザインに責任を持つ美容師育成のススメ

365日の美しさを
サポートする店販

【消費者アンケート】
サロン専売品に対する一般女性の認識


【敏腕ビューティビジネスマネージャーに聞く】
スタッフの店販力を引き出す「店販の心得」
小笠原知恵[ワイルドピッグ代表]

○サロン専売品で女性の日常美をサポートする
実例サロンルポ
smoos'(東京都足立区)/ciel(大阪府堺市)/Petit LUMIERE(東京都世田谷区)

○周囲との協同体制で成果を出した実例サロンルポ
r.(愛知県岡崎市)/リファイン ケティの店(新潟県燕市)

◎短期集中連載 最終回/3ヵ月でサロンはどこまで変われるか?
ビューティフル・エブリデイ思考で
売上げアッププロジェクト ~結果発表~

【美容室有志が行なう自主活性型イベント】
店販力UPへのトビラを開く
シャンプー力をきたえよう! ~シャンプー甲子園開催~

【サロン専売品に対する経営者たちの認識】
お客さまとの信頼関係構築が第一
そしてスタッフ教育次第で決まる

◎経営を高める
【連載・不景気をぶっ飛ばせ】
トータルビューティサロンの新規出店ドキュメント
独立から15年、激戦区初出店までの道程
SARA 山口県山口市

【女性モード社創立50周年記念特別企画第2回】
創業50周年サロンをゆく
ビューティサロンハツミ 神奈川県横須賀市


◎税務・労務
 これでバッチリ 資金調達の手引き
 タメになる 節税講座
 これだけは! 人事・労務の虎の巻

◎Close up
【イベントレポート】
TWBC2009
美容業界の未来

ほか


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What's Inside

Get Out and Explore!
This summer, we invite the next generation of young explorers on three-week trips
pecially designed for high-school studentsn the company of dynamic trip leaders
and a National Geographic expert.
Learn More About NG Student Expeditions
Moscow Fast Facts
Subject yourself to this quick quiz and discover eye-opening facts about
this long-lived and storied city.
Test Yourself
Gallery: The "Other China"
High in the mountains of Sichuan Province the Jiuzhaigou Nature Reserve boasts
emerald lakes, unique flora and fauna, and plenty of visiting admirers. Glimpse the park's hypnotic landscapes in this stunning gallery.
See Photos, Read Article
Earth's Extremes
Test your knowledge of our remarkable planet, teeming with diverse ecosystems
bursting with colorful life.
Take the Quiz
57 Ways to Cut Vacation Costs
Don't get caught in a tourist money trap. Learn how to save big with
Traveler magazine's savvy strategies.

Get Tips
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WorldWise Quizzes
Do you know who built the 150-year-old fort that has its remains in downtown Las Vegas?
Or what percentage of Sweden's population is foreign-born? Find out in our WorldWise quizzes.
Start Now
My Shot Galleries
Every day, My Shot members upload hundreds of photos from around the world.
And now you can find galleries, puzzles, and wallpaper sorted by category,
with new themes added regularly.
See Photos
Interactive Saturn
Explore Saturn rings and moons, get quick facts,
and see how much you would weigh on this big and beautiful planet.
Investigate Saturn
Tiger Gallery
Why do tigers have stripes? Find out in this gallery showcasing
the world's largest cat hunting, playfighting, lounging, and licking.
Get Wallpapers
Places Not to Go
There are some places that stand out, and not for the better.
Get Costas Christ's top ten worst green travel destinations,
and find out why these places are best avoided.
Read Blog
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Features

Fragile Russian Wilderness
Kronotsky Zapovednik, a remote nature reserve on Russia's Kamchatka
Peninsula, is best appreciated from afar.


Polar Saga, Part One
It was an outlandish idea: freeze a ship
in the Arctic Ocean and ride the drifting ice across the North Pole.


Inside the Presidency
Outside the walls of the White House, little is known about the
day-to-day care of the President of the United States.


Editor's Note
Editor in Chief Chris Johns writes about imperiled species,
and the importance of time well spent.


Desktop Wallpaper
Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this month's
issue of the magazine.


Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs
in Visions of Earth.


Last One
In the United States as elsewhere, stopping the countdown to
extinction means preserving healthy habitats.


Polar Saga, Part Two
Two adventurers set out across the Arctic in the footsteps of
Norway's pioneering polar explorer.


Hangover Helpers
Around the world, suggestions abound for how to cope with the
effects of one too many.


Flashback
It took Mount Rushmore sculptor Gutzon Borglum two tries to get
Thomas Jefferson right.


International Photo Contest
See the winners, download wallpaper, and play puzzles from the 2008
National Geographic International Photo Contest.


Your Shot
Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader
photos published in National Geographic.
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Features

The Stolen Past
Looters are ravaging West Bank archaeological sites.

Village Health Workers
In rural India, women volunteers save lives.

Visions of Mars
Humanity is on intimate terms with the red planet.

The Man Who Wasn't Darwin
Alfred Russel Wallace is the forgotten evolutionist.

Reuniting a River
Unlikely allies work to let the Klamath River run free.

Editor's Note
Editor in Chief Chris Johns writes about the powers of observation.

Flashback
In 1945 a Korean woman believed that putting her child inside a pig's skin could cure an infection.

Desktop Wallpaper
Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this month's issue of the magazine.

International Photo Contest
See last year's winners and vote on photos submitted for the 2008 contest.

Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs in Visions of Earth.

Your Shot
Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader photos published in National Geographic.
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Our Vanishing Night
Most city skies have become virtually empty of stars.

Features

Borneo's Moment of Truth
Can the island's fabled biodiversity be saved?

Crystal Palace
Cavers in Mexico confront extremes of heat and beauty.

A People Apart
Modernity looms for the Sierra Madre's Tarahumara.

Elephant Seal Sojourn
Once a year, the behemoths come ashore to mate.

Canadian Giant
A former logger helped preserve a vast wild land.

Editor's Note
Editor in Chief Chris Johns writes about a controversy over
light in a rural town.

Flashback
"Indeed, the Sarawak jungle is better protected than our forests,"
claimed Harrison W. Smith in his 1919 article.


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Last of the Neanderthals
Why did our Ice Age rivals vanish?

Features

Painting the Sky
The colorful bee-eater wings across three continents.

India's Fast Lane
Superhighways are reshaping the nation’s future.

Right Whale Watch
The North Atlantic species hangs in the balance.

High in the Ozarks
An uncrowded trail traverses the Arkansas highlands.

International Photo Contest
See last year's winners and submit photos for the 2008 contest.

Your Shot
Submit your photo, check out Your Shot jigsaw puzzles, and see reader
photos published in National Geographic.

Desktop Wallpaper
Decorate your desktop with beautiful images from this month's issue
of the magazine.

Visions of Earth
Each month, National Geographic features breathtaking photographs
in Visions of Earth.

Editor's Note
Editor in Chief Chris Johns writes about backpacking and hiking trails.

Flashback
The Reverend Branford Clarke's "traveling chapel" was equipped with stained-glass windows and an organ.
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