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iol.co.za
Bring own pillow: Museum slumber partiesWashington - After the daytime visitors have left, many museums reopen their do
Bring own pillow: Museum slumber parties
iol.co.za / Posted yesterday
Washington - After the daytime visitors have left, many museums reopen their doors for the second shift of explorers: adventurous souls willing to spend the night among such unusual bedfellows as mummies, a giant squid (battling a sperm whale, no... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Snail-hunting for the sake of science: The good, the bad and the slimyIt's hard for most people to get psyched about snails. They're slimy. Their bod
Snail-hunting for the sake of science: The good, the bad and the slimy
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 8 days ago
It's hard for most people to get psyched about snails. They're slimy. Their bodies bear a strong resemblance to phlegm. And our encounters with them often involve cursing the damage they do to our gardens. But after spending a few hours among snail... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Elena Dorfman's 'Sublime' photography imagines a more scenic L.A. RiverAn image in photographer Elena Dorfman's new series on the Los Angeles River sh
Elena Dorfman's 'Sublime' photography imagines a more scenic L.A. River
Los Angeles Times / Posted 10 days ago
An image in photographer Elena Dorfman's new series on the Los Angeles River shows a magnificent landscape with quintessential Spanish-style, red-tile-roof L.A. homes nestled in green hillsides, a glassy blue stream in the foreground lined with... Read more
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The Record
Rare venomous sea snakes keep washing up on California beachesFor the third time in recent months, a rare, venomous yellow-bellied sea snake
Rare venomous sea snakes keep washing up on California beaches
The Record / Posted 25 days ago
For the third time in recent months, a rare, venomous yellow-bellied sea snake has washed up on California's shores, freaking out beachgoers and intriguing biologists. These creatures typically dwell in tropical waters and never come ashore. What... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Another rare, venomous sea serpent washes ashore in Southern CaliforniaFor the third time in recent months, a rare venomous sea snake has washed up on
Another rare, venomous sea serpent washes ashore in Southern California
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 26 days ago
For the third time in recent months, a rare venomous sea snake has washed up on a Southern California beach, hundreds of miles from its normal waters. The 20-inch-long yellow-bellied serpent was found about 2:30 p.m. Tuesday at Dog Beach in Coronado... Read more
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PhysOrg
Sea lion pups washing ashore because ocean can't support themOnce a year in June, sea lion mothers on the Channel Islands give birth to a pu
Sea lion pups washing ashore because ocean can't support them
PhysOrg / Posted 26 days ago
Once a year in June, sea lion mothers on the Channel Islands give birth to a pup. For the next 11 months, the mothers swim off to forage for days to provide food for themselves and milk for their progeny. But in early 2015, calorie-dense sardines... Read more
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Orange County Register
Something wrong in the wild: Sea lion pups washing ashore because ocean can't support themOnce a year in June, sea lion mothers on the Channel Islands give birth to a pu
Something wrong in the wild: Sea lion pups washing ashore because ocean can't support them
Orange County Register / Posted 30 days ago
Once a year in June, sea lion mothers on the Channel Islands give birth to a pup. For the next 11 months, the mothers swim off to forage for days to provide food for themselves and milk for their progeny. But in early 2015, calorie-dense sardines... Read more
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redOrbit
Dinosaurs danced to attract lovers and scare off enemies, scientists sayJanuary 8, 2016 by Chuck Bednar Don’t be surprised if the sequel to Jurassic
Dinosaurs danced to attract lovers and scare off enemies, scientists say
redOrbit / Posted a month ago
January 8, 2016 by Chuck Bednar Don’t be surprised if the sequel to Jurassic World features a couple of carnivorous dinosaurs cutting a little rug, according to the authors of... Read more
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