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According to National Geographic News, before the size of the cave was found, the world's largest cave chamber was Sarawak Chamber in Malaysia by 10 percent as the Sarawak Chamber measured 1.
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When I first came to the ship in 1985, I saw original anti-fouling paint on the bottom and no corrosion there," the Telegraph quoted Ballard as telling the National Geographic News.
Climate change has affected coffee production already," Philip Gitao, executive director of the East African Fine Coffees Association, told National Geographic News.
Earth is not the only planet experiencing warmer temperatures, reported a February 28 National Geographic News online article entitled "Mars Melt Hints at Solar, Not Human, Cause for Warming, Scientist Says.
A December 20, 1992, article from the National Geographic News Service identifies the fundamental problem in Africa: "Along with war and drought, the third horseman of the African apocalpyse has been overpopulation.
According to a National Geographic news report, the normal practice in such cases is euthanasia.
There was not one aha moment," National Geographic News quoted Claire Aubel, public relations coordinator for the North Carolina Maritime Museums, as saying.