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Daily News
Biodiversity greater inside Earth's protected areasof biodiversity in terrestrial globally protected areas to date. The study, ca
Biodiversity greater inside Earth's protected areas
Daily News / Posted 18 hours ago
of biodiversity in terrestrial globally protected areas to date. The study, carried out by the University of Sussex, the Natural History Museum and the UN Environment Programme's World Conservation Monitoring Centre, analysed biodiversity samples... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Bangor University guideskills, and project-planning. Other learning resources include a £1.5M MRI sca
Bangor University guide
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
skills, and project-planning. Other learning resources include a £1.5M MRI scanner, a multi-media language centre, a natural history museum and a £3.5-m ocean-going research ship. Bangor Univesity's Arts & Innovation Centre opened in 2014.... Read more
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Orange County Register
Ask a shark geek: Why these ocean predators aren't cruising beaches to eat youSAN CLEMENTE – Jim Serpa’s home office looks like a natural history museum. Th
Ask a shark geek: Why these ocean predators aren't cruising beaches to eat you
Orange County Register / Posted yesterday
SAN CLEMENTE – Jim Serpa’s home office looks like a natural history museum. There’s a collection of fossilized shark teeth from North Carolina and Florida, a jaw from a nine-foot great white shark that washed up dead on San Onofre State Beach about... Read more
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Evening Standard
Museum of London unveils new plans to go undergroundopen until 8.30pm on Friday if you want to end your week with some world histor
Museum of London unveils new plans to go underground
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
open until 8.30pm on Friday if you want to end your week with some world history (normal opening hours 10am-5.30pm). The Natural History Museum stays open late on the last Friday of every month, until 10pm. Plenty of activities plus lots of... Read more
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PhysOrg
Largest ever study reveals globally protected areas benefit broad range of speciesof Sussex have discovered for the first-time. The study, carried out by the Un
Largest ever study reveals globally protected areas benefit broad range of species
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
of Sussex have discovered for the first-time. The study, carried out by the University of Sussex working together with the Natural History Museum and the UN Environment Programme's World Conservation Monitoring Centre, is the largest ever analysis... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Sunlight 'destroying' priceless specimens after Oxford University's Natural History Museum cleans roofWhen Oxford University unveiled the results of a £2 million project to restore
Sunlight 'destroying' priceless specimens after Oxford University's Natural History Museum cleans roof
Daily Telegraph / Posted 2 days ago
When Oxford University unveiled the results of a £2 million project to restore the dilapidated glass roof of the city’s Natural History Museum, the curators claimed they had secured the future of the magnificent Victorian institution for generations... Read more
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PhysOrg
Morphology suggests an endangered goby in southern California is a new speciesrather than one, according a study published July 27, 2016 in the open-access j
Morphology suggests an endangered goby in southern California is a new species
PhysOrg / Posted 2 days ago
rather than one, according a study published July 27, 2016 in the open-access journal PLOS ONE by Camm Swift from the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County, US, and colleagues. The tidewater goby lives in coastal lagoons and is... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Museum destroying its own exhibits as new glass roof torches artefactseffect of the roof had not been known as there was a large amount of dirt on th
Museum destroying its own exhibits as new glass roof torches artefacts
Daily Mirror / Posted 2 days ago
effect of the roof had not been known as there was a large amount of dirt on the old one, which masked the problem. The natural history museum attracts more than 600,000 visitors a year to view its zoological collections, boasting more than... Read more
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Madame Noire The Atlanta Post
Queen Of Bling: Celebrity Stylist And Mom Crystal Streets Is Transforming The Jewelry Industryby appointment in her showroom, online and retailers including Macy’s, Anthropo
Queen Of Bling: Celebrity Stylist And Mom Crystal Streets Is Transforming The Jewelry Industry
Madame Noire The Atlanta Post / Posted 3 days ago
by appointment in her showroom, online and retailers including Macy’s, Anthropologie, Smithsonian Museum, the American Natural History Museum and HSN, her collections are also sold internationally including in Dubai, Kuwait, Japan, Netherlands,... Read more
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This is Oxfordshire
Sunlight through Oxford University Natural History Museum's iconic glass roof "destroying" specimenseffect of the roof had not been known as there was a large amount of dirt on th
Sunlight through Oxford University Natural History Museum's iconic glass roof "destroying" specimens
This is Oxfordshire / Posted 3 days ago
effect of the roof had not been known as there was a large amount of dirt on the old one, which masked the problem. The natural history museum attracts more than 600,000 visitors a year to view its zoological collections, boasting more than... Read more
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Oxford Mail
Sunlight through Oxford University Natural History Museum's iconic glass roof "destroying" specimenseffect of the roof had not been known as there was a large amount of dirt on th
Sunlight through Oxford University Natural History Museum's iconic glass roof "destroying" specimens
Oxford Mail / Posted 3 days ago
effect of the roof had not been known as there was a large amount of dirt on the old one, which masked the problem. The natural history museum attracts more than 600,000 visitors a year to view its zoological collections, boasting more than... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Palaeontologists repatriate dinosaur bones with laser beam technologya trove for treasure hunters but much has been done recently to try and repatri
Palaeontologists repatriate dinosaur bones with laser beam technology
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 3 days ago
a trove for treasure hunters but much has been done recently to try and repatriate the bones back to Mongolia and a new natural history museum. Dr Bell said palaeontology had changed over the last century, and was no longer just about... Read more
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Evening Standard
Disciplinary action launched over boss's rant about Prince Georgewas taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the
Disciplinary action launched over boss's rant about Prince George
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
was taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum on July 2nd, 2014 Here he is enraptured at the exhibition John Stillwell/AFP/Getty George arives... Read more
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Evening Standard
British Council boss 'attacks Prince George in angry Facebook post'was taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the
British Council boss 'attacks Prince George in angry Facebook post'
Evening Standard / Posted 4 days ago
was taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum on July 2nd, 2014 Here he is enraptured at the exhibition John Stillwell/AFP/Getty George arives... Read more
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SKY News
Plastic Chemicals From Ocean 'In Food Chain'Dr Robbie Smith, from the Bermuda Natural History Museum, warned plastic rubbis
Plastic Chemicals From Ocean 'In Food Chain'
SKY News / Posted 4 days ago
Dr Robbie Smith, from the Bermuda Natural History Museum, warned plastic rubbish is attracting other chemical pollutants washed into the sea - such as flame retardants and pesticides - as sunlight breaks plastic down and waves churn it into tiny... Read more
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The Wanderer
Marion Natural History MuseumJoin the on Wednesday afternoons this summer from 1:00 to 4:00 pm; $24/each me
Marion Natural History Museum
The Wanderer / Posted 4 days ago
Join the on Wednesday afternoons this summer from 1:00 to 4:00 pm; $24/each members, $30/each non-members. Spend the afternoon with us looking at birds on Bird Island and other locations around Marion’s coastline on... Read more
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USA Today
Celeb superlatives: Rihanna vs. PokemonTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Celeb superlatives: Rihanna vs. Pokemon
USA Today / Posted 4 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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PhysOrg
Study of extinction rates following habitat loss offers hope that some species can be savedactions may still be able to save threatened species, according to William Newm
Study of extinction rates following habitat loss offers hope that some species can be saved
PhysOrg / Posted 5 days ago
actions may still be able to save threatened species, according to William Newmark, a vertebrate zoologist at the Natural History Museum of Utah at the University of Utah. In the study, published today in ,Nature Communications, Newmark... Read more
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New Kerala
Timely intervention can save most species from extinction - newkerala.com #95288say researchers. "This study has important implications for conservation, whet
Timely intervention can save most species from extinction - newkerala.com #95288
New Kerala / Posted 5 days ago
say researchers. "This study has important implications for conservation, whether it's in national parks, tropical forest remnants, or oceanic islands," said William Newmark from the Natural History Museum of Utah at the University of Utah in the... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
In San Francisco, a great urban park to plant your family inboth on the park’s eastern half, are kid-friendly attractions, too. The academy
In San Francisco, a great urban park to plant your family in
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 6 days ago
both on the park’s eastern half, are kid-friendly attractions, too. The academy contains an aquarium, planetarium and natural history museum, and is chock-a-block with opportunities for children to sow scientific seeds into their developing... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
A whale of a time at UNEand walk cross campus to new museum digs SKELETON WALK: Staff helped move this
A whale of a time at UNE
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 7 days ago
and walk cross campus to new museum digs SKELETON WALK: Staff helped move this false killer whale skeleton into UNE's new natural history museum on Thursday SOME folks were spotted having a whale of a time at the University of New England (UNE)... Read more
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Belleville Intelligencer
Blue whales surface in Trentonmany places have them and this year we’re working on three of them,” said RCI’s
Blue whales surface in Trenton
Belleville Intelligencer / Posted 7 days ago
many places have them and this year we’re working on three of them,” said RCI’s president, Peter May. The third is for the Natural History Museum in London, U.K. May founded RCI in 1987. The 25-person team is well-known globally for its work with... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Can you feed your dog ice cream? RSPCA advice after Prince George pictureTestino. Mario TestinoThe prince grinning for the camera on his second birthda
Can you feed your dog ice cream? RSPCA advice after Prince George picture
Daily Mirror / Posted 7 days ago
Testino. Mario TestinoThe prince grinning for the camera on his second birthday John Stillwell / PAPrince George at the Natural History Museum around his first birthday The royals shared the snap showing the fascinated future king sitting on... Read more
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Detroit Free Press
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
Detroit Free Press / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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Daily Journal
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
Daily Journal / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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Daily Record
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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The Clarion-Ledger
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
The Clarion-Ledger / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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Elmira Star-Gazette
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
Elmira Star-Gazette / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Prince George's most adorable moments as he turns threesister Princess Charlotte was born in 2015, the George showed his protective si
Prince George's most adorable moments as he turns three
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
sister Princess Charlotte was born in 2015, the George showed his protective side. John Stillwell / PAPrince George at the Natural History Museum around his first birthday Duchess of Cambridge/PAPrince George holds his baby sister Charlotte As... Read more
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Daily Mirror
RSPCA warning as Prince George birthday pic shows him offering dog ice creamTestino. Mario TestinoThe prince grinning for the camera on his second birthda
RSPCA warning as Prince George birthday pic shows him offering dog ice cream
Daily Mirror / Posted 8 days ago
Testino. Mario TestinoThe prince grinning for the camera on his second birthday John Stillwell / PAPrince George at the Natural History Museum around his first birthday The royals shared the snap showing the fascinated future king sitting on... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
The Arizona Republic / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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York Daily Record
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
York Daily Record / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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USA Today
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photosTo mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural Histo
Happy 3rd birthday, Prince George! See the new photos
USA Today / Posted 8 days ago
To mark his first birthday, Will and Kate took George to London's Natural History Museum to see a butterfly exhibit, where a photographer from the Press Association took his official birthday photos. He's walking on his own, arms out, dressed in... Read more
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People Magazine
Prince George Is 3! See the Future King's Too-Cute New Birthday PortraitsDuke and Duchess hope that people will enjoy seeing these new photographs," Ken
Prince George Is 3! See the Future King's Too-Cute New Birthday Portraits
People Magazine / Posted 8 days ago
Duke and Duchess hope that people will enjoy seeing these new photographs," Kensington Palace said And in 2014 for his first birthday, George was memorably photographed with his parents at a butterfly exhibit at the Natural History Museum in Lon... Read more
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International Business Times
Happy birthday Prince George: How Kate and William's three-year-old is already a 'world influencer' to a butterfly on Prince William, Duke of Cambridge's hand as they visit the Se
Happy birthday Prince George: How Kate and William's three-year-old is already a 'world influencer'
International Business Times / Posted 8 days ago
to a butterfly on Prince William, Duke of Cambridge's hand as they visit the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum on July 2, 2014 in LondonJohn Stillwell - WPA/Getty Images For his second birthday, little George... Read more
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Evening Standard
Prince George gets gifted 3ft dough ball piñata birthday cakewas taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the
Prince George gets gifted 3ft dough ball piñata birthday cake
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
was taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum on July 2nd, 2014 Here he is enraptured at the exhibition John Stillwell/AFP/Getty George arives... Read more
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This is West Country
Nine of Prince George's cutest momentscelebrate the bonny Prince's first birthday, the Royals released official photo
Nine of Prince George's cutest moments
This is West Country / Posted 8 days ago
celebrate the bonny Prince's first birthday, the Royals released official photos of them enjoying a day out at the Natural History Museum in London. George was fascinated by the Sensational Butterflies exhibition. 3) When he gave his new... Read more
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Evening Standard
Prince George feeds Lupo and plays on swing in adorable birthday snapswas taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the
Prince George feeds Lupo and plays on swing in adorable birthday snaps
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
was taken to mark his first birthday. It shows the Prince during a visit to the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum on July 2nd, 2014 Here he is enraptured at the exhibition John Stillwell/AFP/Getty George arives... Read more
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express
Prince George the noisy plane spotter who loves gardening – 10 facts about the Royalrhyming tale of a quick witted mouse who takes a stroll through the deep, dark
Prince George the noisy plane spotter who loves gardening – 10 facts about the Royal
express / Posted 8 days ago
rhyming tale of a quick witted mouse who takes a stroll through the deep, dark wood, William has said.6. He's a fan of the Natural History Museum The prince is a regular visitor to the central London tourist attraction which is close to Kensington... Read more
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Bennington Banner
Solomon Wright Library celebrates 50 yearslibrary's summer reading program, and a presentation of live turtles and snakes
Solomon Wright Library celebrates 50 years
Bennington Banner / Posted 8 days ago
library's summer reading program, and a presentation of live turtles and snakes from Michael Clough of the Southern Vermont Natural History Museum on Aug. 27. The library's annual book sale, its chief fundraising effort, will also take place this... Read more
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Canberra Times
Prince George turns three: looking back at the cheeky toddler's cutest picturesGeorge as he and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge's look on while visiting the
Prince George turns three: looking back at the cheeky toddler's cutest pictures
Canberra Times / Posted 8 days ago
George as he and Prince William, Duke of Cambridge's look on while visiting the Sensational Butterflies exhibition at the Natural History Museum on July 2, 2014. Photo: Getty Images Prince George sits for his official 2014 Christmas picture.... Read more
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Daily Herald
Theater events: Steppenwolf's 'Byhalia' explores race, classopens Monday, July 25. $30-$35. (312) 335-1650 or steppenwolf.org.Comedy 101 E
Theater events: Steppenwolf's 'Byhalia' explores race, class
Daily Herald / Posted 8 days ago
opens Monday, July 25. $30-$35. (312) 335-1650 or steppenwolf.org.Comedy 101 Eclectic Full Contact Theatre brings the "History of Comedy" to the Metropolis Performing Arts Centre. Conceived and written by Andrew Pond and Michael Woods, the show... Read more
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express
'See tattooed bus drivers and rough cashiers' Germany mocks UK with 50 reasons to visitbeen found by anyone yet, but it still attracts about a million tourists a year
'See tattooed bus drivers and rough cashiers' Germany mocks UK with 50 reasons to visit
express / Posted 8 days ago
been found by anyone yet, but it still attracts about a million tourists a year to the Loch Ness in Scotland. 19. At the Natural History Museum in London you can explore Nessie's possible relatives. We very much like the Tyrannosaurus Rex, a... Read more
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KULR-8 Billings
Natural Trap Cave reveals new information about Wyoming's pastever lived." Meachin is an assistant professor at Des Moines University in Iow
Natural Trap Cave reveals new information about Wyoming's past
KULR-8 Billings / Posted 9 days ago
ever lived." Meachin is an assistant professor at Des Moines University in Iowa. She revealed the findings at a Draper Natural history Museum presentation in Cody. She said scientists also found camels, huge ancient bison, and American lions in... Read more
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The Register
Microbe drives tropical butterfly species to a male-killing frenzypopulations around Nairobi are nearly all female,” said Dr David Smith, lead-au
Microbe drives tropical butterfly species to a male-killing frenzy
The Register / Posted 10 days ago
populations around Nairobi are nearly all female,” said Dr David Smith, lead-author of the study and formerly from the Natural History Museum at Eton College. This genetic sink also keeps the subspecies of butterflies, inside and outside the... Read more
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PhysOrg
Tiny microbe turns tropical butterfly into male killer, scientists discoverTraut from the University of Lübbek discovered that two of the chromosomes had
Tiny microbe turns tropical butterfly into male killer, scientists discover
PhysOrg / Posted 10 days ago
Traut from the University of Lübbek discovered that two of the chromosomes had fused. Dr David Smith, formerly from the Natural History Museum at Eton College, first author on the paper, said: "The neo-W effectively acts as a genetic sink for... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny armsreduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey c
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny arms
Brisbane Times / Posted 10 days ago
reduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey capture," study author Nathan Smith of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County told The Guardian. With snapping jaws taking the place of slashing claws,... Read more
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WA Today
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny armsreduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey c
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny arms
WA Today / Posted 10 days ago
reduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey capture," study author Nathan Smith of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County told The Guardian. With snapping jaws taking the place of slashing claws,... Read more
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The Age
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny armsreduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey c
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny arms
The Age / Posted 10 days ago
reduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey capture," study author Nathan Smith of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County told The Guardian. With snapping jaws taking the place of slashing claws,... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny armsreduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey c
Tyrannosaurus rex wasn’t the only dinosaur to evolve pitifully puny arms
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 10 days ago
reduced in these lineages that probably are relying more on the jaws for prey capture," study author Nathan Smith of the Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County told The Guardian. With snapping jaws taking the place of slashing claws,... Read more
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