National Geographic Russia in July

National Geographic Russia magazine has released its July issue. Inside, readers will find:

Great White Sharks – The second article in the series “Summer with the Sharks” looks at great white sharks, the giant marine predators made infamous by the movie “Jaws.” Are these enormous fish as dangerous and bloodthirsty as is commonly believed?

Forensic Science – Forensics is a dynamic science: every year, the growing number of new techniques helps minimize the number of tragic mistakes that can deprive innocent people of their freedom – and sometimes their lives. One of the most recent innovations, DNA phenotyping, makes it possible to reconstruct the physical appearance of suspects.

Manu National Park – The Machiguenga Indians living in Manu National Park, Peru cultivate the land and hunt the old way – using nothing but bow and arrows. So far, they have not disturbed the balance of the park’s ecosystem, but what would happen if they, or members of other tribes, began using guns?

The iPad version of the magazine contains interesting photos and materials not included in the print edition.

The magazine went on sale June 28.

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