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The World's Oldest Society, Unusual Mammoth Skull Puzzles Scientists, Where to See Thousands of Butterflies and More

The World's Oldest Society, Unusual Mammoth Skull Puzzles Scientists, Where to See Thousands of Butterflies and More

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Smithsonian Weekender    SEPTEMBER 2016

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Aboriginal rock art at Ubirr in Kakadu National Park. (witte-art_de via iStock)

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