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Decclan Chronicle
Ancient Australian flesh-eating marsupial discoveredfamous Riversleigh World Heritage Area fossil deposits in northwestern Queensla
Ancient Australian flesh-eating marsupial discovered
Decclan Chronicle / Posted 2 hours ago
famous Riversleigh World Heritage Area fossil deposits in northwestern Queensland," said Archer. With a grant from the National Geographic Society, Archer and his colleagues began to explore the "New Riversleigh" site in 2013 and the species'... Read more
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Manila Bulletin
Ancient Australian flesh-eating marsupial discoveredfamous Riversleigh World Heritage Area fossil deposits in northwestern Queensla
Ancient Australian flesh-eating marsupial discovered
Manila Bulletin / Posted 4 hours ago
famous Riversleigh World Heritage Area fossil deposits in northwestern Queensland,” said Archer. With a grant from the National Geographic Society, Archer and his colleagues began to explore the “New Riversleigh” site in 2013 and the species’... Read more
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Baltimore Sun
Gary Hughes, animation artist and sculptorGary Hughes Inc., in Kensington. He produced sequences for numerous clients, in
Gary Hughes, animation artist and sculptor
Baltimore Sun / Posted 12 hours ago
Gary Hughes Inc., in Kensington. He produced sequences for numerous clients, including the Smithsonian Institution, the National Geographic Society, PBS and NBC. As a student, Mr. Hughes had worked in sculpture. In 1983, he began making bronze... Read more
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PhysOrg
First discovery from 'New Riversleigh'—a new extinct carnivorous marsupialNew Riversleigh - was detected by remote sensing using satellite data." With t
First discovery from 'New Riversleigh'—a new extinct carnivorous marsupial
PhysOrg / Posted 18 hours ago
New Riversleigh - was detected by remote sensing using satellite data." With the help of ARC funding and a grant from the National Geographic Society, Professor Archer and his colleagues began to systematically explore New Riversleigh in... Read more
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The Post-Journal
Chautauqua Institution Presents ‘The Profane’The morning lecture series will take place at 10:45 a.m. Monday through Friday
Chautauqua Institution Presents ‘The Profane’
The Post-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
The morning lecture series will take place at 10:45 a.m. Monday through Friday in the Amphitheater. In partnership with the National Geographic Society, Week Five's theme of "People and Environment" examines our surroundings and the different ways... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Grizzly survivor: 'I was expecting a painful end'and puncture wounds as it dragged her along. Grizzly bears have a bite-force o
Grizzly survivor: 'I was expecting a painful end'
Calgary Sun / Posted 4 days ago
and puncture wounds as it dragged her along. Grizzly bears have a bite-force of over 8,000,000 pascals, according to the National Geographic Society — at’s enough force to shatter a bowling ball. “I thought that was it, I was going to die, it... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study finds wildebeest relative, dinosaurs evolved similar bony crests on skullsTryon's radar was the region near Lake Victoria called Bovid Hill. While worki
Study finds wildebeest relative, dinosaurs evolved similar bony crests on skulls
PhysOrg / Posted 4 days ago
Tryon's radar was the region near Lake Victoria called Bovid Hill. While working at the fossil-rich site supported by the National Geographic Society, Tryon and others unearthed the first complete Rusingoryx skeletons several years ago. Some sort... Read more
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Business Wire
Nat Geo WILD and Cesar Millan Are Looking for Dogs to Star in New Series Cesar and Son [wt]form the television and production arm of National Geographic Partners, a joint
Nat Geo WILD and Cesar Millan Are Looking for Dogs to Star in New Series Cesar and Son [wt]
Business Wire / Posted 6 days ago
form the television and production arm of National Geographic Partners, a joint venture between 21st Century Fox and the National Geographic Society. As a global leader in premium science, adventure and exploration programming, the Channels... Read more
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Daily Mail
Plant-eating dinosaurs owe their success to the shape of their teethof dinosaurs came and went, but in the end they all died out 66 million years a
Plant-eating dinosaurs owe their success to the shape of their teeth
Daily Mail / Posted 11 days ago
of dinosaurs came and went, but in the end they all died out 66 million years ago. An artist rendering provided by the National Geographic Society shows what a hadrosaur is believed to have looked like. Most dinosaur groups, except hadrosaurs... Read more
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Boston Globe
Got questions about sustainable seafood? He has answers.of the Sustainable Seafood and Health Initiative at the Harvard T.H. Chan Schoo
Got questions about sustainable seafood? He has answers.
Boston Globe / Posted 13 days ago
of the Sustainable Seafood and Health Initiative at the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health and is a fellow with the National Geographic Society. Q. Sustainable seafood can be an overwhelming subject. How do you start the conversation? A. I... Read more
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CBS News
Ancient Noah's Ark mosaic discovered in Israelto excavation director Jodi Magness, of the University of North Carolina at Cha
Ancient Noah's Ark mosaic discovered in Israel
CBS News / Posted 14 days ago
to excavation director Jodi Magness, of the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill, whose work was funded by the National Geographic Society. [Photos: Unusual Mosaics Decorated Ancient Synagogue in Israel] "One is in the wall paintings... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
U.S Ivory Trade Ban - Why the Far East Must Follow Suitvery encouraging development in the fight against poaching. For instance, acco
U.S Ivory Trade Ban - Why the Far East Must Follow Suit
AllAfrica.com / Posted 14 days ago
very encouraging development in the fight against poaching. For instance, according to investigations conducted by the National Geographic Society, in 1989 the Convention on the International Trade in Endangered Species of Wild Flora and Fauna... Read more
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The Jewish Press
Baylor University Group Helps Unearth Ancient Mosaics, Coins, in Israeli Synagogue Ruinsconservation, and the excavated areas have been backfilled. Financial support f
Baylor University Group Helps Unearth Ancient Mosaics, Coins, in Israeli Synagogue Ruins
The Jewish Press / Posted 14 days ago
conservation, and the excavated areas have been backfilled. Financial support for the 2016 excavations was provided by the National Geographic Society and the Memorial Foundation for Jewish Culture. Excavations are scheduled to continue in the... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Lion Hunting Only Makes Sense If Part of Other Interventionslion leave this world. Disclosure statement Scott Creel receives funding from
Lion Hunting Only Makes Sense If Part of Other Interventions
AllAfrica.com / Posted 17 days ago
lion leave this world. Disclosure statement Scott Creel receives funding from the US National Science Foundation and the National Geographic Society. He is a Professor in the Department of Ecology at Montana State University and a Research... Read more
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ajc.com
55 successful grads from Georgia collegesof the "Nancy Grace" legal analysis program on Headline News 29. Reg Murphy, f
55 successful grads from Georgia colleges
ajc.com / Posted 18 days ago
of the "Nancy Grace" legal analysis program on Headline News 29. Reg Murphy, former president and vice chairman of the National Geographic Society and former editor of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution 30. Robert A. Sauerberg Jr., president of... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
THE GREEKSChad Cohen and director of photography James Ball captures a shot of marble bei
THE GREEKS
KPBS San Diego / Posted 22 days ago
Chad Cohen and director of photography James Ball captures a shot of marble being carried into the Parthenon, Greece. The National Geographic Society Museum will also be featuring “The Greeks: Agamemnon to Alexander The Great,” an exhibition... Read more
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Q13 FOX Seattle
National parks: The roots of ‘America’s best idea’clear in the aftermath of Hetch Hetchy (which still supplies water to the Bay A
National parks: The roots of ‘America’s best idea’
Q13 FOX Seattle / Posted 24 days ago
clear in the aftermath of Hetch Hetchy (which still supplies water to the Bay Area). The American Civic Association, the National Geographic Society and others supported the campaign to create a single agency to oversee and protect the... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
17-year cicadas emerge earlyof Connecticut and Yale University, and is coordinator of the national Periodic
17-year cicadas emerge early
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 1 months ago
of Connecticut and Yale University, and is coordinator of the national Periodical Cicada Mapping Project sponsored by the National Geographic Society. Dr. Cooley then contacted co-researcher Marten Edwards, a professor of entomology at Muhlenberg... Read more
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Kansas City InfoZine
Oldest Fossil Evidence of Agricultureproject on the evolution of the Rukwa Rift Basin in Tanzania. The research was
Oldest Fossil Evidence of Agriculture
Kansas City InfoZine / Posted 1 months ago
project on the evolution of the Rukwa Rift Basin in Tanzania. The research was also funded by James Cook University, Ohio University, the National Geographic Society, the Portuguese Foundation for Science and Fellowship, and a Marie Curie Fellowsh... Read more

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