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Print  Error in the May 2020 National Geographic

On page 8 of the June 2020 issue of National Geographic there is an erratum entitled "NOTE TO READERS" which states:

Due to a printing error, some copies of the May issue included duplicates of page 20 and no page 19 in the essay "Meet Your Face's Tiny Tenants."  You can find the entire article at ngm.com/facemites.  We apologize for the mistake.

Neither of my two copies have this mistake.

Tom Wilson

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Neither does mine.

Hi,

My copy of the May 2020 issue has the mistake.

Stephen

Congratulations Stephen !!!

It may be worth something some day.

Tom

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