SUNDAY STILLS: In pursuit of a living dinosaur, Turkey's lonely landscapes, and more

SUNDAY STILLS: In pursuit of a living dinosaur, Turkey's lonely landscapes, and more





Plus: Elegant, colorful, and fierce. Meet Bolivia's 'Flying Cholitas'
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National Geographic
Issue 118
S U N D A Y  S T I L L S
Sunday, September 9, 2018
Photograph by Tim Laman
       Magazine      
Poached for Its Horn, This Rare Bird Struggles to Survive
Ancient, bizarre-looking, and shy, the helmeted hornbill is now also critically endangered as poachers and traffickers in the forests of Southeast Asia target it for the illegal wildlife trade.
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PHOTOGRAPH BY JEAN GAUMY
       Environment      
What Lies Beneath Greenland's Ice
The expansive gray-and-white landscape might look barren, but scientists say life teems in the Arctic waters below. Photographer Jean Gaumy accompanies a team of ecologists studying this little-known world.
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Photograph by Patricia Sofra
       Travel      
Across Lonely Landscapes
In a visual travel journal, photographer Patricia Sofra documents her experience as a tourist in Turkey during a period of economic and political uncertainty.
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PHOTOGRAPH BY LUISA DÖRR
       culture      
Meet the Women Wrestling Their Way to Equality
Elegant skirts. colorful shawls. High-flying wrestling moves. Inside the ring, Bolivia's Flying Cholitas are superheroes. Outside, they fight for their community.
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       Selfies on Assignment      
Tim Laman hides on a branch high in the canopy in the Budo-Su-ngai Padi National Park in Thailand in hopes of photographing a helmeted hornbill flying by on the way to its nest. "I knew it was going to be hard," Laman said in our story on what it took to photograph the elusive bird. "But it turned out to be even harder than I expected."
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