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   November 2004

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Postcard Thumbnail (see caption) Glowing Smile

A saltwater crocodile seems to exude a warm glow as it captures a shaft of morning sunlight in Australia's Kakadu National Park.

Photograph by Randy Olson
From "Australia's Monsoon," National Geographic magazine, November 2004

Postcard Thumbnail (see caption) Winged Misery

Cattle endure the torment of buffalo flies that buzz to life during the downpour of monsoon rains in northern Australia.

Photograph by Randy Olson
From "Final Edit," National Geographic magazine, November 2004

Postcard Thumbnail (see caption) No Bull!

Initially shaped by many generations of dog breeders for bullbaiting, the bulldog—much different from its wolfish progenitors—was later bred for its homely charm. Darwin realized that if domestic breeding could bring about such a change, natural selection over millions of years could do even more.

Photograph by Robert Clark
From "Was Darwin Wrong?
" National Geographic magazine, November 2004


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