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In the November 2012 issue, we capture the first ever high-definition footage of the world’s fastest land mammal, the cheetah, with one of the world’s fastest cameras. In addition, scientists discover the secret of the emperor penguin’s incredible underwater speed. Elsewhere, we explore Cuba’s new now is explored, as the people respond to reform with excitement and skepticism; a paragliding photographer, George Steinmetz, captures the desert’s shifting sand shapes from above; and much more…
Special interactive content includes…
• Cheetah, the World’s Fastest Runner video — For the first time ever, one of the world’s fastest cameras captures the movement of the world’s fastest land mammal — in incredible high-def, slow motion.
• The Science of a Cheetah’s Speed video — From spine to skull, the cheetah had a body “perfectly designed for running.”
• A Geographer’s Personal Journey from Cuba to the U.S. video — National Geographic Geographer Juan Valdés shares his story of immigration to the United States from Cuba as a child in the early 1960s.
• Penguins as Elegant Emperors video — Join photographer Paul Nicklen to see penguins rocketing out of the water onto the ice.
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