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Froggy Went A-Courtin'

Ballooned cheeks bellow an amorous song. What a horned frog will do for love!

Photograph by Konrad Wothe, Minden Pictures
From Animal Attraction, National Geographic magazine, July 2003


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Changing Sides

In 1910 Korea was one country and the family of Yun Ung-ryeol, center, was still united. That changed when his son Yun Chi-ho, standing, became an advocate of Korean sovereignty. Following wrongful imprisonment by the Japanese and years of silence about foreign rule, he was persuaded—or coerced—to praise Tokyo's leadership. Now many remember the nationalist as a collaborator.

Photograph courtesy Underwood & Underwood
From Flashback, National Geographic magazine, July 2003



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