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Baltimore Sun
Judith I. Tripp, editor and longtime Howard County Strider, diesshe began her career as an editor working for McGraw-Hill in New York City. In
Judith I. Tripp, editor and longtime Howard County Strider, dies
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
she began her career as an editor working for McGraw-Hill in New York City. In 1965, she began editing the magazine of the American Museum of Natural History and, two years later, joined the editorial staff of the National Audubon Society's... Read more
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PhysOrg
Veggievore fish of the Triassickind of by accident. USGS Geologists were exploring for uranium deposits, and d
Veggievore fish of the Triassic
PhysOrg / Posted 16 hours ago
kind of by accident. USGS Geologists were exploring for uranium deposits, and documented fish fossils in some layers. The American Museum of Natural History and the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History made a big push in the 1950s and... Read more
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CNET
The mystery of the Tully Monster, solved at lastslug. However, a team of researchers from The Field Museum of Natural History,
The mystery of the Tully Monster, solved at last
CNET / Posted 4 days ago
slug. However, a team of researchers from The Field Museum of Natural History, Yale, Argonne National Laboratory, and the American Museum of Natural History have studied the creature in depth, and have revealed that that is not the case. Their... Read more
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Daily Mail
Bethenny Frankel stands out in bold blue dressspark: Bethenny Frankel wore a chic blue dress at the season two premiere of Ye
Bethenny Frankel stands out in bold blue dress
Daily Mail / Posted 4 days ago
spark: Bethenny Frankel wore a chic blue dress at the season two premiere of Years Of Living Dangerously at the American Museum of Natural History in New York Wednesday The Real Housewives Of New York star appeared to be in a good mood,... Read more
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Daily Mail
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen display affection at eventhis supermodel wife's pert derriere while the doting pair exchanged tender star
Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen display affection at event
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
his supermodel wife's pert derriere while the doting pair exchanged tender stares as they posed on the yellow carpet at the American Museum Of Natural History in New York City. All smiles: Tom Brady and Gisele Bundchen made a very affectionate... Read more
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Daily Mail
Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder dazzle together at Nat Geo event28, and her 37-year-old husband made for one extremely good-looking duo as they
Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder dazzle together at Nat Geo event
Daily Mail / Posted 5 days ago
28, and her 37-year-old husband made for one extremely good-looking duo as they posed on the green carpet at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. What a team! Nikki Reed and Ian Somerhalder graced their presence on... Read more
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Daily Journal
Rowan's first geology head on a space casePhD from Rutgers University in Camden and New Brunswick. He's taught at CUNY a
Rowan's first geology head on a space case
Daily Journal / Posted 5 days ago
PhD from Rutgers University in Camden and New Brunswick. He's taught at CUNY and remains an associate researcher at the American Museum of Natural History in New York City. He found the job through a Facebook post about Ken Lacovara's role as... Read more
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Daily Record
TGIF Entertainment Events Listing - Sept. 23 editionOF STEM CELLS DROP-IN SESSIONS: Noon-5 p.m. every Sunday and Saturday, through
TGIF Entertainment Events Listing - Sept. 23 edition
Daily Record / Posted 5 days ago
OF STEM CELLS DROP-IN SESSIONS: Noon-5 p.m. every Sunday and Saturday, through Oct. 8, Sackler Educational Laboratory, American Museum of Natural History, Central Park West at 79th Street, New York, NY. What are stem cells, and what promise do... Read more
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Greenwich Time
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketingas he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketing
Greenwich Time / Posted 6 days ago
as he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S. and the U.K., including New York City's American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum. Assert your brand into the... Read more
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The News-Times
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketingas he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketing
The News-Times / Posted 6 days ago
as he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S. and the U.K., including New York City's American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum. Assert your brand into the... Read more
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Stamford Advocate
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketingas he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketing
Stamford Advocate / Posted 6 days ago
as he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S. and the U.K., including New York City's American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum. Assert your brand into the... Read more
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Connecticut Post
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketingas he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S
How to Be Like Banksy and Reap Massive Exposure Through Guerilla Marketing
Connecticut Post / Posted 6 days ago
as he was dubbed, continued to set up his pieces at top institutions in the U.S. and the U.K., including New York City's American Museum of Natural History, the Museum of Modern Art and the Brooklyn Museum. Assert your brand into the... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
$5 million from state budget to bring dinosaur exhibit to COSIby some of the biggest names in the city. Mayor Andrew Ginther made the announ
$5 million from state budget to bring dinosaur exhibit to COSI
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 10 days ago
by some of the biggest names in the city. Mayor Andrew Ginther made the announcement that COSI has a partnership with the American Museum of Natural History to bring a dinosaur gallery and special-exhibit gallery to the science center. The... Read more
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CTV News
Fossil hunter gives famous 500-million-old specimen back to N.L.emeritus of physics at University of Chicago. "It was always meant to be a loa
Fossil hunter gives famous 500-million-old specimen back to N.L.
CTV News / Posted 11 days ago
emeritus of physics at University of Chicago. "It was always meant to be a loan," he said. Acquisition offers from the American Museum of Natural History in New York and others topped $10,000 but he turned them down. "I knew eventually I would... Read more
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KTXS Abilene
September 15more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's
September 15
KTXS Abilene / Posted 12 days ago
more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's circus, Jumbo's skeleton was donated to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where it remains today. 1857: William Howard Taft, the 27th president... Read more
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KECI Missoula
September 15more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's
September 15
KECI Missoula / Posted 12 days ago
more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's circus, Jumbo's skeleton was donated to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where it remains today. 1857: William Howard Taft, the 27th president... Read more
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KRDO Colorado Springs
On this day: September 15more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's
On this day: September 15
KRDO Colorado Springs / Posted 12 days ago
more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's circus, Jumbo's skeleton was donated to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where it remains today. 1857: William Howard Taft, the 27th president... Read more
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KRCR TV Redding
September 15more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's
September 15
KRCR TV Redding / Posted 12 days ago
more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's circus, Jumbo's skeleton was donated to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where it remains today. 1857: William Howard Taft, the 27th president... Read more
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News Channel 12 New Bern
September 15more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's
September 15
News Channel 12 New Bern / Posted 12 days ago
more than 13 feet before his death at age 24. After first touring with Barnum's circus, Jumbo's skeleton was donated to the American Museum of Natural History in New York City, where it remains today. 1857: William Howard Taft, the 27th president... Read more
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Daily Mail
There is a 50% chance we're living in the Matrix, says Bank of Americaalready living in a computer-simulated virtual world.' It explained that earli
There is a 50% chance we're living in the Matrix, says Bank of America
Daily Mail / Posted 12 days ago
already living in a computer-simulated virtual world.' It explained that earlier this year, researchers gathered at the American Museum of Natural History to debate this notion. The note continues: 'The argument is that we are already... Read more
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Scoop.co.nz
Auckland Museum to launch in Google's new Cultural Instituteamong those of the world’s most renowned natural history institutions, includin
Auckland Museum to launch in Google's new Cultural Institute
Scoop.co.nz / Posted 13 days ago
among those of the world’s most renowned natural history institutions, including London’s Natural History Museum and the American Museum of Natural History. Auckland Museum is the only institution in the country involved in the exhibition. Among... Read more
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NBC Chicago
Chicago Museum Ranked 2nd Best in World By Travel SiteD.C. 8. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Titusville, Florida 9. National
Chicago Museum Ranked 2nd Best in World By Travel Site
NBC Chicago / Posted 13 days ago
D.C. 8. Kennedy Space Center Visitor Complex, Titusville, Florida 9. National Gallery of Art, Washington D.C. 10. American Museum of Natural History, New York City International 3. State Hermitage Museum and Winter Palace, St.... Read more
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Daily Star
Real-life Matrix REVEALED: Bank of America 'lifts lid on future reality simulation'that humans are already living in a computer-simulated virtual world. “In Apri
Real-life Matrix REVEALED: Bank of America 'lifts lid on future reality simulation'
Daily Star / Posted 13 days ago
that humans are already living in a computer-simulated virtual world. “In April 2016, researchers gathered at the American Museum of Natural History to debate this notion. “The argument is that we are already approaching photorealistic 3D... Read more
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Daily Mirror
'There's a 50% chance we live in a 'Matrix' reality simulation'that humans are already living in a computer-simulated virtual world. “In Apri
'There's a 50% chance we live in a 'Matrix' reality simulation'
Daily Mirror / Posted 13 days ago
that humans are already living in a computer-simulated virtual world. “In April 2016, researchers gathered at the American Museum of Natural History to debate this notion. WikipediaThey think the world could be similar to the Matrix “The... Read more
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Summit Daily News
Summit County housing czar: ‘Get housing built, create housing opportunities’creating infrastructure and establishing utilities. While working in New York,
Summit County housing czar: ‘Get housing built, create housing opportunities’
Summit Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
creating infrastructure and establishing utilities. While working in New York, she also headed an expansion project at the American Museum of Natural History and a five-year restoration of St. Patrick’s Cathedral. Other work while based in Vail... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Livestreams of puddles and intersections are hot on YouTubebeen pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only day
Livestreams of puddles and intersections are hot on YouTube
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
been pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only days after Strobel's livestream went viral, the American Museum of Natural History began promoting a "special online livestream" of maintenance workers washing the museum's... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessionsbeen pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only day
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessions
Brisbane Times / Posted 15 days ago
been pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only days after Strobel's livestream went viral, the American Museum of Natural History began promoting a "special online livestream" of maintenance workers washing the museum's... Read more
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WA Today
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessionsbeen pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only day
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessions
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
been pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only days after Strobel's livestream went viral, the American Museum of Natural History began promoting a "special online livestream" of maintenance workers washing the museum's... Read more
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The Age
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessionsbeen pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only day
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessions
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
been pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only days after Strobel's livestream went viral, the American Museum of Natural History began promoting a "special online livestream" of maintenance workers washing the museum's... Read more
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Canberra Times
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessionsbeen pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only day
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessions
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
been pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only days after Strobel's livestream went viral, the American Museum of Natural History began promoting a "special online livestream" of maintenance workers washing the museum's... Read more
5 related stories
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Sydney Morning Herald
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessionsbeen pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only day
Slow internet: how livestreams of nothing became online obsessions
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
been pretty surprising." Surprising, perhaps — but not unforeseeable. Only days after Strobel's livestream went viral, the American Museum of Natural History began promoting a "special online livestream" of maintenance workers washing the museum's... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
City and Rockefeller Foundation jointly create CUNY Cultural Corpsin paid internships at 32 New York City-based cultural institutions. MoMA PS1,
City and Rockefeller Foundation jointly create CUNY Cultural Corps
Crain's New York Business / Posted 17 days ago
in paid internships at 32 New York City-based cultural institutions. MoMA PS1, New York Botanical Garden, Carnegie Hall, American Museum of Natural History, Brooklyn Academy of Music and Staten Island Museum are among the participating... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
City and Rockefeller Foundation jointly create CUNY Cultural Corpsin paid internships at 32 New York City-based cultural institutions. MoMA PS1,
City and Rockefeller Foundation jointly create CUNY Cultural Corps
Crain's New York Business / Posted 18 days ago
in paid internships at 32 New York City-based cultural institutions. MoMA PS1, New York Botanical Garden, Carnegie Hall, American Museum of Natural History, Brooklyn Academy of Music and Staten Island Museum are among the participating... Read more
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Business Insider
BANK OF AMERICA: There's a 20%-50% chance we're inside the matrix and reality is just a simulationthat humans are already living in a computer-simulated virtual world. In April
BANK OF AMERICA: There's a 20%-50% chance we're inside the matrix and reality is just a simulation
Business Insider / Posted 18 days ago
that humans are already living in a computer-simulated virtual world. In April 2016, researchers gathered at the American Museum of Natural History to debate this notion. The argument is that we are already approaching photorealistic 3D... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Photos of the Day for Sept. 7Trenton Duerksen, exhibition maintenance manager at the American Museum of Natu
Photos of the Day for Sept. 7
The Globe and Mail / Posted 19 days ago
Trenton Duerksen, exhibition maintenance manager at the American Museum of Natural History, vacuums the the 94-foot-long blue whale model in the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life in New York. Maria Silva, Milena Cortes, Maria Arteaga, Jackeline Bastidas... Read more
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Op-Ed News
An Era That Has Gone VIIIStanis had to collect a critical number of his works. Fortunately, he had finis
An Era That Has Gone VIII
Op-Ed News / Posted 20 days ago
Stanis had to collect a critical number of his works. Fortunately, he had finished some portraits of staff members at the American Museum of Natural History whose acquaintance he had made through the Henshaws. There was both the sketch and oil... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
‘Ghost snake’ species discovered in Madagascarreptiles dwelling in Madagascar. The researchers from the Louisiana State Univ
‘Ghost snake’ species discovered in Madagascar
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 22 days ago
reptiles dwelling in Madagascar. The researchers from the Louisiana State University (LSU) Museum of Natural Science, the American Museum of Natural History in the US and the Universite de Mahajunga in Madagascar studied the snake’s physical... Read more
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The Hindu
‘Ghost snake’ species discovered in Madagascarreptiles dwelling in Madagascar. The researchers from the Louisiana State Univ
‘Ghost snake’ species discovered in Madagascar
The Hindu / Posted 23 days ago
reptiles dwelling in Madagascar. The researchers from the Louisiana State University (LSU) Museum of Natural Science, the American Museum of Natural History in the US and the Universite de Mahajunga in Madagascar studied the snake’s physical... Read more
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KAIT Jonesboro
State professors head up multi-million dollar research projectsof large-scale research that will result is only possible with accessible and d
State professors head up multi-million dollar research projects
KAIT Jonesboro / Posted 25 days ago
of large-scale research that will result is only possible with accessible and digitized specimen data.” According to the American Museum of Natural History, the term biodiversity includes life at all levels on Earth. Assistant Professor of... Read more
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The Columbian
Dinosaurs’ roar more likely wimpierremains unknown about dinosaurs. Dino sounds are no exception to the mystery.
Dinosaurs’ roar more likely wimpier
The Columbian / Posted 25 days ago
remains unknown about dinosaurs. Dino sounds are no exception to the mystery. It is safe to say dinosaurs made sounds, as American Museum of Natural History Mark Norell put it. But exact specifics — such as certainty of dino whooshes, hoots or... Read more
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New York Post
Amy Schumer still can’t sell her million-dollar walk-upfull-floor, one-bedroom, 1½-bathroom unit that is also a fourth-floor walk-up i
Amy Schumer still can’t sell her million-dollar walk-up
New York Post / Posted 26 days ago
full-floor, one-bedroom, 1½-bathroom unit that is also a fourth-floor walk-up in a turn-of-the-century brownstone near the American Museum of Natural History. In August, the price dropped to $1.62 million. It comes with two woodburning... Read more
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The Age
A 3.2 million-old mystery solved: Lucy may have died in a long fall from a treein the trees for walking on branches. "This is a big debate," said William Har
A 3.2 million-old mystery solved: Lucy may have died in a long fall from a tree
The Age / Posted 27 days ago
in the trees for walking on branches. "This is a big debate," said William Harcourt-Smith, an anthropologist at the American Museum of Natural History. Kappelman and his colleagues considered the possibility that Lucy fell out of a nest in... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
A 3.2 million-old mystery solved: Lucy may have died in a long fall from a treein the trees for walking on branches. "This is a big debate," said William Har
A 3.2 million-old mystery solved: Lucy may have died in a long fall from a tree
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 27 days ago
in the trees for walking on branches. "This is a big debate," said William Harcourt-Smith, an anthropologist at the American Museum of Natural History. Kappelman and his colleagues considered the possibility that Lucy fell out of a nest in... Read more
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Hindustantimes.com
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy’s species.
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?
Hindustantimes.com / Posted 27 days ago
chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy’s species. “Without a time machine, how can one know that she didn’t just get unlucky and fall?” William Harcourt-Smith of the American Museum of Natural History said in an e... Read more
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Canberra Times
A 3.2 million-old mystery solved: Lucy may have died in a long fall from a treein the trees for walking on branches. "This is a big debate," said William Har
A 3.2 million-old mystery solved: Lucy may have died in a long fall from a tree
Canberra Times / Posted 28 days ago
in the trees for walking on branches. "This is a big debate," said William Harcourt-Smith, an anthropologist at the American Museum of Natural History. Kappelman and his colleagues considered the possibility that Lucy fell out of a nest in... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Did Lucy, the famous human ancestor, die after falling from a tree?chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy's species.
Did Lucy, the famous human ancestor, die after falling from a tree?
Daily Telegraph / Posted 28 days ago
chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy's species. "Without a time machine, how can one know that she didn't just get unlucky and fall?" William Harcourt-Smith of the American Museum of Natural History said in an e... Read more
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The Register NorthJersey.com
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy's species.
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?
The Register NorthJersey.com / Posted 28 days ago
chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy's species. "Without a time machine, how can one know that she didn't just get unlucky and fall?" William Harcourt-Smith of the American Museum of Natural History said in an e... Read more
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Savannah Morning News
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy's species.
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?
Savannah Morning News / Posted 28 days ago
chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy's species. "Without a time machine, how can one know that she didn't just get unlucky and fall?" William Harcourt-Smith of the American Museum of Natural History said in an e... Read more
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The Pekin Daily Times
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?a time machine, how can one know that she didn't just get unlucky and fall?" Wi
Did fall from tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?
The Pekin Daily Times / Posted 28 days ago
a time machine, how can one know that she didn't just get unlucky and fall?" William Harcourt-Smith of the American Museum of Natural History said in an email. Online: Nature: http://www.nature.com/nature Follow the reporter on... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Did a fall from a tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy’s species.
Did a fall from a tree kill famous human ancestor Lucy?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 28 days ago
chimpanzees and orangutans, which spend more time in trees than Lucy’s species. “Without a time machine, how can one know that she didn’t just get unlucky and fall?” William Harcourt-Smith of the American Museum of Natural History said in an e... Read more
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