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Climbing Legend, Yeti Hunter

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  arrow Man-Eaters of Tsavo
These massive, maneless Kenyan lions actually seem to like humans. For dinner. Our photographer shows and tells what it felt like to be viewed as a piece of meat >>
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Hiking, biking, camping—Steve Casimiro does it all. And he'll tell you how to do it better >>
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Remember that critter that caught you by surprise? Tell us >>
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