Published May 26, 2010
Quick—where do they speak Tswana? Get the answer in the tense final moments of the 2010 National Geographic Bee, hosted by Jeopardy!'s Alex Trebek.
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The bones of Kennewick Man, found in 1996 but not available for study until 2002, show that he was a long-distance traveler.
In a Myanmar border town, endangered animals are sold as medicines and meat to newly affluent Chinese.
Clodock has slipped through the net of history, preserving a way of life that's vanishing all over the world.
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