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2014/07/24 12:58
2014/07/24 12:58
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The American Museum of Natural History is part of the Cultural Institutions Group, which is exploring different benefits cultural institutions should offer to municipal ID holders. Published: July...
2014/07/24 12:58
2014/07/24 12:58
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2014/07/23 04:05
2014/07/23 04:05
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Former Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney will headline next year's Desert Town Hall speakers series in Indian Wells, it was announced Tuesday. Also scheduled to take part in the series are...
2014/07/22 16:39
2014/07/22 16:39
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Grizzly bears and aboriginal tribes in Canada have lived with each other for thousands of years. But one First Nation tribe, the Heiltsuk of British Columbia, was surprised to discover just how many...
2014/07/21 23:05
2014/07/21 23:05
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Horses, the Ute Tribe believes, were created by Mother Earth and are sacred. That’s why Lara Arrowchis-Ivie was thrilled to help The Natural History Museum of Utah bring to life a Ute-specific piece...
2014/07/21 16:31
2014/07/21 16:31
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A research team led by UNL’s Scott Gardner has identified four new species of Ctenomys, a genus of gopher-like mammal found throughout much of South America. Commonly called tuco-tucos, the burrowing...
2014/07/21 04:58
2014/07/21 04:58
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The Crocker Art Museum and the Sacramento Theatre Company are joining forces to re-create elements from the fantasy movie “Night at the Museum” at a family-oriented event Thursday from 5 to 9...
2014/07/20 14:34
2014/07/20 14:34
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Say it with me now. You know the words. And with those words, beamed back to Earth 45 years ago today (Sunday, July 20), Neil Armstrong stepped off a lunar lander, onto the moons surface and into the...
2014/07/18 15:47
2014/07/18 15:47
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Commonly called tuco-tucos, the burrowing rodents range from 7 to 12 inches long and weigh less than a pound. They demonstrate the broad range of biological diversity in the lowlands and central...
2014/07/17 18:42
2014/07/17 18:42
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Conducted over three years, the study also provides potential early evidence of a declining bear population in the area and links this to the decreasing availability of salmon. The project...
Read more at Science Daily, PhysOrg
2014/07/17 15:45
2014/07/17 15:45
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Here's one possible summer menu for polar bears being forced to stay on land due to a lack of reliable sea ice: 60 snow goose egg clutches, 53 goslings, 63 adult geese, 3 caribou calves, and 3 adult...
2014/07/14 15:38
2014/07/14 15:38
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For most of his life, Peter Linderoth has explored the waters in his own backyard -- Long Island Sound. But what about the extreme depths of the world's oceans or what Linderoth calls "one of the last...
2014/07/13 22:04
2014/07/13 22:04
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... On a wall of David Koch’s office at 667 Madison Avenue hangs a photo he likes to show people, a framed image of him at the White House. In the photo, Koch’s tall frame towers over Barbara and...
2014/07/13 21:42
2014/07/13 21:42
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Lyuba and Khroma, who died at ages 1 and 2 months, respectively, are the most complete and best-preserved baby mammoth specimens ever found. Lyuba's full-body CT scan, which used an industrial scanner...
2014/07/13 14:58
2014/07/13 14:58
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McCLELLANVILLE, SC - Clad in snake boots, thick pants and an insect-repellent shirt, Oliver Dominick trampled low-lying brush and strode through tall grass. The boots rode high, almost reaching his...
2014/07/12 21:35
2014/07/12 21:35
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David Koch in New York City David Koch, the executive vice president of Wichita's Koch Industries, admires what his donation created inside of New York City's American Museum of Natural History. A...
2014/07/11 10:38
2014/07/11 10:38
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With the sudden fame of the “Hot Felon” and Axelle Desiegelaere, the Belgian soccer fan who landed a L’Oreal modeling contract after photos of her cheering at the World Cup went viral, it may be a...
2014/07/11 09:18
2014/07/11 09:18
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Manhattanhenge — the twice-a-year-event when the sun sets in perfect alignment with the the Manhattan street grid so you can see it setting between the buildings when looking west — happens for the...
2014/07/11 07:34
2014/07/11 07:34
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A Tyrannosaurus bataar skeleton was sent back to Mongolia last year. New York - US authorities on Thursday agreed to ship the remains of 18 dinosaurs back to Mongolia after finding the smuggled...
2014/07/11 06:35
2014/07/11 06:35
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As bedtime approaches, guests will be invited to unroll their sleeping bags and curl up under the museum's much loved fiberglass model of a 94-foot-long blue whale. New York - Ever dreamt of kipping...
Read more at iol.co.za, iafrica.com
2014/07/10 23:20
2014/07/10 23:20
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NEW YORK - U.S. authorities on Thursday agreed to ship the remains of 18 dinosaurs back to Mongolia after finding the smuggled fossils during a criminal investigation. The dinosaur remains, all...
2014/07/24 12:58
2014/07/24 12:58
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