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Take a spin down Utah's Colorado River Scenic Byways, from the desert oasis of Zion National Park to the red-rock towers of Bryce Canyon.

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Catch a glimpse of the people and wildlife that call the harsh environments of this southwestern African country their home.

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See the Grand Canyon as only the bravest visitors do—from the white-water rapids of the Colorado River.

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Animal cruelty or natural wonder? A quirk in chick biology allows the birds to be mailed alive, but some critics cry fowl.

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Twelve thousand non-native lizards are treating the town of Boca Grande like their personal paradise. Fed-up residents may pay an "iguana tax" to banish the reptiles.

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Tour a distillery in the Mexican town of Tequila, and discover how distillers use centuries-old traditions to make the town's famous namesake drink.

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Join rangers and whitewater-river guides on a tour of Colorado's Black Canyon of the Gunnison, one of the U.S.'s newest national parks.

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Zookeepers in Anchorage, Alaska, have built a giant, custom-made treadmill for their resident elephant, but the reluctant pachyderm is resisting the workout.

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Is the Grand Canyon becoming a victim of its own popularity? Take a tour of this natural wonder, and learn about the risks posed by its growing crowds of visitors.

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See how Angkor, the world's largest religious complex, has faced the ravages of time and why it has been designated a United Nations World Heritage site.

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Nebraska's Ashfall Fossil Beds contain hundreds of skeletons of extinct rhinos, camels, three-toed horses, and other animals that were killed by a huge volcanic eruption 12 million years ago.

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Join tourists as they travel on the luxurious American Orient Express, the modern-day train that's a destination in itself.

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Learn how this colorful Indian region became home to one of the world's most unique blends of Eastern and Western cultures.

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Searching for your lost shaker of salt? Look no further than Key West, Florida, a tiny island with a big reputation for warm breezes and cool characters.

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Web-savvy travelers are harnessing online mapping services to show the world their discoveries—and themselves.


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