Publisher: National Geographic Society
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In the July 2012 issue of National Geographic magazine, we also explore…
• How Did the Easter Island Statues Move? video and interactive – See a video of the various theories put forth over the years regarding how the statues on Easter Island were transported across the island; tap to see descriptions and sketches of the different theories.
• The Last Speakers audio – Hear audio clips of some of the last speakers of endangered Native American languages, including Chemehuevi (Arizona), Euchee (Oklahoma), Hupa (California), Karuk (Arizona), Wintu (California) and Washoe (California).
• Languages at Risk map – Tap on the map to see language “hotspots”, identified by linguists as regions with high linguistic diversity, severe endangerment, and lack of documentation.
• 360 View of Mount Erebus Ice Cave – Tap on the screen for a 360-degree view of an ice cave in Antarctica’s Mount Erebus volcano.
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