November 16 Issue


Frédéric Lagrange Captures 17 Years of Mongolia

With their deep attachment to the spirit of the land, Mongolia’s nomadic herders continue to live as they have for centuries. French photographer Frédéric Lagrange documents their lives in his new book, “Mongolia.”
Don’t Bite the Hands That Freed You
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Don’t Bite the Hands That Freed You

Vets check a baby siamang, or black-furred gibbon, on November 1. The animal was treated at the local nature conservation agency’s office after being rescued from a villager. Siamangs, native to the forests of Indonesia, Thailand and Malaysia, are listed as endangered because logging and agriculture are destroying their habitat. They are often sold in the illegal pet trade.
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