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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
5 Fun Things To Do This Weekendmusicians to present Camille Saint-Saëns' "Carnival of the Animals," a story th
5 Fun Things To Do This Weekend
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 7 hours ago
musicians to present Camille Saint-Saëns' "Carnival of the Animals," a story that follows the dream of a boy asleep in the American Museum of Natural History. This “4th Annual World Masterwork Series” is being presented by the nonprofit agency The... Read more
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USA Today
Before you hail a NYC cab, grab a dictionary: Ross K. Bakerto converse in English with their passengers. Unless you can explain in Urdu to
Before you hail a NYC cab, grab a dictionary: Ross K. Baker
USA Today / Posted yesterday
to converse in English with their passengers. Unless you can explain in Urdu to your driver that you want to go to the American Museum of Natural History or Grant's Tomb, you could find yourself in the East Village or Madison Square Garden. For... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Field Museum volunteers help do 'gross' but critical work for bird collectionthe part of the museum that visitors see. Marks said the Field's collection is
Field Museum volunteers help do 'gross' but critical work for bird collection
Chicago Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
the part of the museum that visitors see. Marks said the Field's collection is eclipsed only by the British Museum, the American Museum of Natural History in New York and the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. The specimens — whole... Read more
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PhysOrg
Warbler genomes look to be 99.97 percent alikeof hybrid exhibits recessive trait expression for both. The research supports
Warbler genomes look to be 99.97 percent alike
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
of hybrid exhibits recessive trait expression for both. The research supports a model, proposed by John T. Nichols of the American Museum of Natural History in 1908, that the Brewster's form of golden- and blue-winged warbler hybrids is an... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
It's so hot, New York's cockroaches are taking flightick factor in this heat wave's sticky weather: New York's cockroaches are now f
It's so hot, New York's cockroaches are taking flight
Staten Island Advance / Posted 9 days ago
ick factor in this heat wave's sticky weather: New York's cockroaches are now flying. Louis Sorkin, a bug expert at the American Museum of Natural History, told the publication that "with more heat they have more use of their muscles." Keep in... Read more
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11 News Houston
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flyingthis weekend with highs in the 90s and plenty of humidity, cockroaches are comi
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flying
11 News Houston / Posted 10 days ago
this weekend with highs in the 90s and plenty of humidity, cockroaches are coming alive. Louis Sorkin, bug expert at the American Museum of Natural History, told New York blog DNA Info "with more heat they have more use of their muscles ... The... Read more
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WBIR-TV Knoxville
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flyingthe six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight.
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flying
WBIR-TV Knoxville / Posted 11 days ago
the six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight. Louis Sorkin, bug expert at the American Museum of Natural History, told New York blog DNA Info "with more heat they have more use of their muscles ... The... Read more
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First Coast News
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flyingthe six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight.
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flying
First Coast News / Posted 11 days ago
the six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight. Louis Sorkin, bug expert at the American Museum of Natural History, told New York blog DNA Info "with more heat they have more use of their muscles ... The... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flyingthe six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight.
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flying
Detroit Free Press / Posted 11 days ago
the six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight. Louis Sorkin, bug expert at the American Museum of Natural History, told New York blog DNA Info "with more heat they have more use of their muscles ... The... Read more
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WTSP-TV Tampa
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flyingthe six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight.
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flying
WTSP-TV Tampa / Posted 11 days ago
the six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight. Louis Sorkin, bug expert at the American Museum of Natural History, told New York blog DNA Info "with more heat they have more use of their muscles ... The... Read more
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USA Today
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flyingthe six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight.
It's so hot out, cockroaches are flying
USA Today / Posted 11 days ago
the six-legged pests that normally crawl through the night are taking flight. Louis Sorkin, bug expert at the American Museum of Natural History, told New York blog DNA Info "with more heat they have more use of their muscles ... The... Read more
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Raw Story
Flying cockroaches may invade New York City this weekend thanks to massive heatwave: scientistsServices. “When it’s warm and steamy that seems to be what they like.” Added b
Flying cockroaches may invade New York City this weekend thanks to massive heatwave: scientists
Raw Story / Posted 11 days ago
Services. “When it’s warm and steamy that seems to be what they like.” Added bug expert Louis Sorkin from the American Museum of Natural History, the heat makes the roaches more active and, “The more activity, the more... Read more
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PhysOrg
Bug collecting: Researchers map North American groups of plant-feeding insectsof work by plant bug specialists in North America—including that of co-authors
Bug collecting: Researchers map North American groups of plant-feeding insects
PhysOrg / Posted 13 days ago
of work by plant bug specialists in North America—including that of co-authors Michael Schwartz and Randall Schuh of the American Museum of Natural History—the scientists determined that while insect distribution is closely related to that of the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Piltdown hoax: New analysis reveals culprit who faked one of history's biggest archaeological discoveriesand to reconstruct one of the teeth that fell apart while it was being ground d
Piltdown hoax: New analysis reveals culprit who faked one of history's biggest archaeological discoveries
Irish Examiner / Posted 14 days ago
and to reconstruct one of the teeth that fell apart while it was being ground down. Replicas of the Piltdown Man at the American Museum of Natural History in New York (Tom Fitzsimmons/AP) Chris Stringer, human origins expert at the Natural... Read more
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The Verge
Dog eat dog: is a troubled expedition to Kenya causing the Smithsonian to devour its young?Helgen’s published work is exemplary for its accuracy and comprehensiveness," s
Dog eat dog: is a troubled expedition to Kenya causing the Smithsonian to devour its young?
The Verge / Posted 15 days ago
Helgen’s published work is exemplary for its accuracy and comprehensiveness," says Ross MacPhee, a mammal expert at the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) in New York City. "There can be no question about the quality of his scholarship.... Read more
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The Columbian
Newly discovered Crichton book comingand thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
Newly discovered Crichton book coming
The Columbian / Posted 17 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. “When I came across the ‘Dragon Teeth’ manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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The Columbian
Camera to study glowing sharksthe case that biofluorescence makes them easier to see by members of the same s
Camera to study glowing sharks
The Columbian / Posted 20 days ago
the case that biofluorescence makes them easier to see by members of the same species,” John Sparks, a curator in the American Museum of Natural History’s Department of Ichthyology and a co-author on the paper, said. “This is one of the first... Read more
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Slate
I Played Pokémon Go Beyond the Bounds of Human Ability and Sanitytips to boost scores, and even helping each other get from Point A to Point B.
I Played Pokémon Go Beyond the Bounds of Human Ability and Sanity
Slate / Posted 22 days ago
tips to boost scores, and even helping each other get from Point A to Point B. Last Tuesday night at 2 a.m., I was at the American Museum of Natural History farming Charmander, the lizard Pokémon with a flame tail, with a group I’d just met when... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
| GoUpstate.commusicians to present Camille Saint-Sa�ns' "Carnival of the Animals," a story th
| GoUpstate.com
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 22 days ago
musicians to present Camille Saint-Sa�ns' "Carnival of the Animals," a story that follows the dream of a boy asleep in the American Museum of Natural History. This “4th Annual World Masterwork Series” is being presented by the nonprofit agency The... Read more
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The San Angelo Standard-Times
Ingrained behavior helped demise of Montezuma quailled to the bird's demise, especially as grassland began to disappear in the 19t
Ingrained behavior helped demise of Montezuma quail
The San Angelo Standard-Times / Posted 24 days ago
led to the bird's demise, especially as grassland began to disappear in the 19th century. Buried away in the vaults of the American Museum of Natural History in New York are two important scientific specimens (stuffed skins) of Montezuma quail... Read more
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The Topeka Capital-Journal
University of Kansas team hunting T. rex backed by crowdfundingKansas alumnus Barnum Brown, who at the time was an assistant curator for the d
University of Kansas team hunting T. rex backed by crowdfunding
The Topeka Capital-Journal / Posted 25 days ago
Kansas alumnus Barnum Brown, who at the time was an assistant curator for the department of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History, dug up the first T. rex fossil. And get this — the first part of T. rex that Brown... Read more
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The Williamsport Sun-Gazette
Book review — ‘Rightful Heritage’Adirondacks. He developed a particular interest in ornithology, and many of his
Book review — ‘Rightful Heritage’
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette / Posted 25 days ago
Adirondacks. He developed a particular interest in ornithology, and many of his preserved specimens were accepted by the American Museum of Natural History. FDR also was deeply impressed by his distant cousin Theodore, who he referred to as... Read more
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Juneau Empire
Alaska Science Forum: Elephant Point and forests on iceAlaska mammoth are in Scotland’s capital city, some of its bones lay in dark dr
Alaska Science Forum: Elephant Point and forests on ice
Juneau Empire / Posted 26 days ago
Alaska mammoth are in Scotland’s capital city, some of its bones lay in dark drawers in New York City. A collector for the American Museum of Natural History recovered more mammoth remains, some of them stinking of flesh, from the frozen soil of... Read more
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Northwest Herald
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
Northwest Herald / Posted 26 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. Michael Crichton, known for such blockbusters as "Jurassic Park" and "Rising Sun," died... Read more
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WPIX 11 New York
NYC tap water named best in regionRegional Metro Tap Water Taste Test competition Thursday, the Department of Env
NYC tap water named best in region
WPIX 11 New York / Posted 26 days ago
Regional Metro Tap Water Taste Test competition Thursday, the Department of Environmental Protection said. Visitors to the American Museum of Natural History, where the competition was held, got to swish and gargle tap water from five New York... Read more
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The Verge
Get ready for a new dinosaur novel from Michael Crichtonlate Professor Edwin H. Colbert, a distinguished vertebrate paleontologist and
Get ready for a new dinosaur novel from Michael Crichton
The Verge / Posted 26 days ago
late Professor Edwin H. Colbert, a distinguished vertebrate paleontologist and curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. Two books have emerged from Crichton’s files over the years. The first was a completed... Read more
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Weekly Times
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017
Weekly Times / Posted 26 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the Dragon Teeth manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Herald Sun
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017
Herald Sun / Posted 26 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the Dragon Teeth manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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News.com.au
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017
News.com.au / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the Dragon Teeth manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Recently Discovered Michael Crichton Novel Coming in 2017the book back to correspondence between Crichton and Professor Edwin H. Colbert
Recently Discovered Michael Crichton Novel Coming in 2017
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 27 days ago
the book back to correspondence between Crichton and Professor Edwin H. Colbert, Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. “[This] was clearly a very important book for Michael. I’m so pleased to continue the... Read more
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Athens Banner-Herald
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
Athens Banner-Herald / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Perth Now
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017
Perth Now / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the Dragon Teeth manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Sky News Australia
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017
Sky News Australia / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. 'When I came across the Dragon Teeth manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Adelaide Now
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017
Adelaide Now / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the Dragon Teeth manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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The Courier Mail
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel due in 2017
The Courier Mail / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the Dragon Teeth manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Houston Chronicle
Recently Discovered Michael Crichton Novel Coming in 2017the book back to correspondence between Crichton and Professor Edwin H. Colbert
Recently Discovered Michael Crichton Novel Coming in 2017
Houston Chronicle / Posted 27 days ago
the book back to correspondence between Crichton and Professor Edwin H. Colbert, Curator of Vertebrate Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. “[This] was clearly a very important book for Michael. I’m so pleased to continue the... Read more
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FOX 12 Oregon
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
FOX 12 Oregon / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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KXXV Waco
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
KXXV Waco / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Eyewitness News 3 Hartford
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
Eyewitness News 3 Hartford / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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KX TV North Dakota
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
KX TV North Dakota / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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KPLC Lake Charles
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
KPLC Lake Charles / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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WLOX-TV Biloxi
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
WLOX-TV Biloxi / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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WSMV Nashville
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
WSMV Nashville / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Chattanooga Times Free Press
APNewsBreak: New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colber
APNewsBreak: New Michael Crichton novel coming out in 2017
Chattanooga Times Free Press / Posted 27 days ago
and thinks it was inspired by his correspondence with Professor Edwin H. Colbert, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History. "When I came across the 'Dragon Teeth' manuscript in the files, I was immediately... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Palaeontologists repatriate dinosaur bones with laser beam technologyhouses. Mongolia has a rich history of paleontological exploration starting in
Palaeontologists repatriate dinosaur bones with laser beam technology
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 28 days ago
houses. Mongolia has a rich history of paleontological exploration starting in the 1920s when Roy Chapman Andrews from the American Museum of Natural History first opened up the Gobi desert region across Mongolia and China. Interestingly, Dr... Read more
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PhysOrg
Freaks and uniques—evolution's weirdest creaturesand helps the embryo develop successfully. Climbing catfish (Lithogenes wahari
Freaks and uniques—evolution's weirdest creatures
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
and helps the embryo develop successfully. Climbing catfish (Lithogenes wahari) Which way to the pool? Credit: S. Schaefer/American Museum of Natural History You can imagine the surprise for a group of scientists exploring a small tributary of the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Sudden extinction of Neanderthals followed population peakA Neanderthal skeleton, left, compared with a modern human skeleton. Credit: Am
Sudden extinction of Neanderthals followed population peak
PhysOrg / Posted 29 days ago
A Neanderthal skeleton, left, compared with a modern human skeleton. Credit: American Museum of Natural History Neanderthals once populated the entire European continent. Around 45,000 years ago, Homo neanderthalensis was the predominant human... Read more
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The Verge
Meet the automated flash fiction writer you never knew you wantedis an unusually poignant way to reflect on the limnal space in resurrection. A
Meet the automated flash fiction writer you never knew you wanted
The Verge / Posted 1 months ago
is an unusually poignant way to reflect on the limnal space in resurrection. Another standout entry, "Untitled (American Museum of Natural History Review)," reflects on the behavior of crowds of tourists."The crowds are so lifelike, you... Read more
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