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The Oklahoman
Tonight, a book signing for huntersAll I know about hunting comes from two books: Arthur H. Neumann's "Elephant Hu
Tonight, a book signing for hunters
The Oklahoman / Posted 13 days ago
All I know about hunting comes from two books: Arthur H. Neumann's "Elephant Hunting in East Equatorial Africa" (1898) and John Henry Patterson's "The Man-Eaters of Tsavo" (1907). The latter book -- which records, among other things, Patterson's... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
7,000-year-old massacre shows signs of torture, mutilationA jumble of 7,000-year-old human bones found in a German ditch helps confirm th
7,000-year-old massacre shows signs of torture, mutilation
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 14 days ago
A jumble of 7,000-year-old human bones found in a German ditch helps confirm that Europe's first farmers resorted to mysterious savage bloodshed, a new report shows. At least 26 people — including several babies — died in the brutal massacre,... Read more
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AsianWeek
Chicago Charms All AgesKelly Matsuura, Gerrye Wong and Melissa Matsuura sit on top of glass floor atop
Chicago Charms All Ages
AsianWeek / Posted 15 days ago
Kelly Matsuura, Gerrye Wong and Melissa Matsuura sit on top of glass floor atop 103rd floor of Chicago’s Willis Building. Family bonding times are always a blessing not to be missed, so when I asked my 19 year old college sophomore granddaughter... Read more
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New Kerala
Rare venomous relative of mammals found Venomousness is rare among mammals and their extinct relatives but scientists
Rare venomous relative of mammals found
New Kerala / Posted 16 days ago
Venomousness is rare among mammals and their extinct relatives but scientists have now identified a new species of venomous relative of mammals in Zambia. Named Ichibengops (meaning scarface due to a unique... Read more
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Forbes
America's Most Famous (And Most Expensive) Dinosaur Turns 25 Today“Sue” turns 25 years old today—at least 25 plus 67 million years old. Sue the T
America's Most Famous (And Most Expensive) Dinosaur Turns 25 Today
Forbes / Posted 20 days ago
“Sue” turns 25 years old today—at least 25 plus 67 million years old. Sue the T. rex has been an icon in the field of paleontology since she was discovered on the land of the Cheyenne River Indian Reservation August 12, 1990 by Sue Hendrickson and... Read more

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