Jon Mooallem

New York Times Magazine

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Contributing writer for the New York Times Magazine, and the author of the books American Hippopotamus and Wild Ones: A Sometimes Dismaying, Weirdly Reassuring Story About Looking at People Looking at Animals in America

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All over the world, hundreds of wildlife cameras capture bears, birds and fish in real time and stream the footage online.

Eagle Cam Adventure

All over the world, hundreds of wildlife cameras capture bears, birds and fish in real time and stream the footage online.

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85-year-old Jacques-André Istel has grandiose plans to build a monument to world history in the California desert. And the project is well underway.

Journey to the Center of the World

85-year-old Jacques-André Istel has grandiose plans to build a monument to world history in the California desert. And the project is well underway.

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