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Thursday, December 17, 2009

Nat Geo, more than just the Dog Whisperer

From a reader - My brother’s at a PRT in Afghanistan and I wanted to read up on the country. National Geographic has some amazing images, articles, and video clips that helped give me an overview about what life, the countryside, and the people are like. It’s hard having him over there because I worry, but at least by reading up on the country and what’s going on, it helps me feel more a part of the work he’s doing.
(Editor’s note: you can also find info about other countries whether it be Sudan, Iraq, or Indonesia.)

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