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National Geographic Rarely Seen by Susan Tyler Hitchcock
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it was amazing

This is a neat collection of photographs of rarely seen subjects, some are animals such as migrating stingrays and microscopic creatures like the 0.2 inch long Plant-hopper Periwig; others are places like the Hell Hole with a fire burning for 40 years in Turkmenistan. The photos cover the world and are informative in that they show us photo subjects most of us would other wise never see. They include a mini-museum located in an abandoned service elevator in Manhattan, and a photo taken by Russian daredevil, Ivan Kutnezsov, sitting on the edge at the top of a skyscraper about 80 floors above the street lights at night in Hong Kong. I can imagine that this would be great to look at with a child.

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