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Land Rover Magazine Issue 39

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Icelandic surfing, enabled by the new Land Rover Defender | Artisanal globe-making in London with Bellerby & Co | Gallery of stunning drone photography | Author Helen Russell explores the meaning of happiness | Exclusive short story by Jean Macneil

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Tanzania, Africa The elephant population of Mkomazi National Park had fallen to just 11 by 1989. Tusk (a Land Rover partner charity) has worked closely with the Park, contributing to ranger salaries, aircraft patrols, vehicles and an education centre. The Park now has 500 elephants, and work to protect them from poachers continues. Photography: Martin Sanchez

A B O V E + B E Y O N The best of global aerial, drone and satellite photography D


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Land Rover Magazine 39


Land Rover Magazine showcases stories from around the world that celebrate inner strength and the drive to go above and beyond

Land Rover stands for not only the most capable premium vehicles, but a state of mind where a sense of curiosity, exploration and wonder informs all of life’s adventures. Encounter this throughout the latest issue of Land Rover Magazine, from meeting a herd of Ice Age survivors on the Dutch coast with the Land Rover Discovery, to the most innovative sustainable architecture on a Californian journey with the Range Rover Evoque

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