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National Geographic Infographics

National Geographic has put together a new book with the best infographics it has  published over the last 128 years! Over 480 pages, the beautifully illustrated book presents some of the magazine’s best infographics under seven sections (history, the planet, humanity, science and technology, animals, plants, and space) visualizing the histories, facts, and figures that make up our planet and our species.

Available for purchase in Europe here




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