You can tell that we’re getting down to the end of the year. Everyone is focused on the holidays, the adventure news is a bit on the light side, and there are plenty of year end “Top Ten” (or more!) lists. In the spirit of the season, here’s another one. This time, National Geographic gets into the act with their Top Ten Stories of 2006.
You’ll a wide range of items on the list, some silly, some strange, and some serious. All are interesting. I particularly find the story about the possiblity of Noah’s Ark being found in Iran and the Lost World discovered in Indoneisa as being fascinating. Of course, the Giant Rabbit in the UK has my curiosity up as well.
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