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2015/03/04 15:17
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Wild Yaks - Shaggy Barometers of Climate Change New study reveals how a warming planet affects male and female yaks differently Available for logged-in reporters onlyCitationsNature Scientific...
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2015/03/03 19:42
2015/03/03 19:42
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An archaeological expedition to Honduras has emerged from the depths of a Central American wilderness to declare the discovery of the ruins of a lost culture sought by explorers since Cortes and...
2015/03/03 16:45
2015/03/03 16:45
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Skeletal analysis of a little-known Egyptian pharaoh, whose remains were discovered only last year, has revealed dramatic details about the ruler's violent death. King Senebkay lived between 1650 and...
2015/03/02 19:21
2015/03/02 19:21
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The cast of the first construction of the 'Piltdown Man' is shown in London in 1961. (UPI) A report last year that dozens of studies published in respected scientific journals were fake, or mere...
2015/03/02 16:02
2015/03/02 16:02
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Jesse Zhang from Boulder will head to Washington, D.C. to compete for three top prizes of $150,000 during the Intel Science Talent Search 2015, the nation’s oldest and most prestigious pre-college...
2015/02/27 02:44
2015/02/27 02:44
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Eugenie Clark, a world authority on sharks who defied society's expectations about women's roles in science and the much-feared underwater creatures she studied, died Feb. 25 at her home in Sarasota,...
2015/02/26 16:23
2015/02/26 16:23
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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Nat Geo WILD, in partnership with the Sun Valley Film Festival (SVFF) and the African Wildlife Foundation (AWF), announced today the four finalists of the second annual...
2015/02/26 13:59
2015/02/26 13:59
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The world’s first telephone call was made on March 10, 1876. Alexander Graham Bell called his assistant Watson on the ‘phone’. Melville and Alexander were brothers. Their father used to teach hearing...
2015/02/25 13:35
2015/02/25 13:35
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Thomas Wells | Buy at photos.djournal.com Joyner Elementary School students Corinne Pace, from left, Rachel Humphries, Erasmus Crisp and Max Wood document on Tuesday the contents of a container they...
2015/02/22 12:17
2015/02/22 12:17
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Oil and gas development threaten a World Heritage Site Across the nation there are many places to drill for oil and gas but only one center for the ancient Ancestral Puebloan culture exists. A World...
2015/02/18 18:17
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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--It’s a story nearly the whole world knows, with more than 2.2 billion people around the globe following the teachings and principles of Jesus of Nazareth. But the intimate...
2015/02/18 14:34
2015/02/18 14:34
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There is no getting around food, the fun necessity, the allowable indulgence, the forgivable sin, and more than ever a national pastime. What is travel but going really far out to eat? Naturally, it...
2015/02/16 10:28
2015/02/16 10:28
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NEW CANAAN, Conn. -- Jackson Hart won the National Geographic Spelling Bee at St. Luke's in New Canaan for the second straight year. Hart, a sixth-grader from Darien, won the event when he correctly...
2015/02/14 20:18
2015/02/14 20:18
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WASHINGTON--(BUSINESS WIRE)--New Hampshire fisherman Captain Tyler McLaughlin was named as a 2015 Hero by the Red Cross of Northwest Massachusetts for his heroic efforts rescuing a sinking vessel in...
2015/02/14 17:31
2015/02/14 17:31
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It’s February 1898, and you’re a recently recruited U.S. Navy sailor. Your ship, the USS Maine, left Key West, Florida, three weeks ago and is now in Cuba — Havana Harbor, to be specific. It’s 9 p.m....
2015/02/13 04:49
2015/02/13 04:49
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The grand champion of the National Geographic Society 2015 Geography Bee at Union Canal Elementary School is Odlanier Lasanta, left, and runner-up is Juliana Donley. This is Lasanta's second year as...
2015/02/10 15:25
2015/02/10 15:25
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Linwood student has a chance to travel to Washington, D.C., for National Geography Bee Yatharth Pandey NORTH BRUNSWICK — Long road trips led to Yatharth Pandey’s love of geography. “I would get...
2015/02/09 08:30
2015/02/09 08:30
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Shady coffee plantations in Ethiopia, where coffee has been grown for at least a thousand years, hold relatively more forest bird species than any other coffee farms in the world, new research...
2015/02/06 14:43
2015/02/06 14:43
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Termite Dirt Mounds, Preventing Spread of Deserts Termites might not top the list of humanity's favorite insects, but new research suggests that their large dirt mounds are crucial to stopping...
2015/02/05 14:44
2015/02/05 14:44
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... shade coffee may be the most bird friendly coffee in the world, but a primary forest is irreplaceable for bird conservation, especially for birds of the forest understory," says doctoral...
2015/03/04 15:17
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