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National Geographic Magazine, Washington D.C., December, 1976. bound magazine, 7" x 10. Magazine in VERY GOOD condition. Paul Zahl photographs Australia's fantastic plants, those that time and isolation have produced - cut-leaf banksia, the carnivorous Albany pitcher plant, pigmy sundew, common donkey orchid, the blackboy, and fringe lily (14 full-color photos, map). IN THE SAME ISSUE: 'The Imperiled Giants [Whales]' by William Graves - earth's largest creatures have paid dearly for sharing the same planet with humankind - a 30-page feature with 28 full-colour photograhs and loosely inserted WALL CHART of 'Whales of the World' in colour; 'Exploring the Lives of Whales' by marine biologist Victor B Scheffer assesses efforts to learn more about these huge, sea-roving, air-breathing mammals (16 illustrated pages)