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12,000-year-old skeleton found
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Mexican cave skeleton reveals secrets of New World

Divers susan bird and Alberto Nava transport skull in Hoyo Negro (pic: Paul Nicklen/National Geographic) A horrible day for a teenage girl perhaps 13,000 years ago - death in a Mexican cave - has turned into a wonderful day for scientists who have ... RTE Online, 2 months ago
Week in Review: May 1216 The Scientist, 2 months ago
12,000-year-old skeleton found Stuff.co.nz, 2 months ago
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Skeleton may solve mystery of first Americans

Paul Nicklen/National Geographic Diver Susan Bird working at the bottom of Hoyo Negro, a large dome-shaped underwater cave on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula. She carefully brushes the human skull found at the site while her team members take detailed ...
 Sott.net2 months ago Underwater Cave Full of Ancient Bones to Be Mapped in 3D  LiveScience.com1 month ago Researchers to document underwater cave, Paleoamerican remains  PhysOrg.com1 month ago CBS Sci-Tech: Ancient skeleton in underwater cave may be a "missing link"  CBS News2 months ago
National Geographic

Pictures: Dramatic Sinkholes

Last Saturday, a massive sinkhole swallowed part of a residential neighborhood in Spring Hill, Florida, about 45 miles (72 kilometers) north of Tampa. No one was injured, but a pair of houses suffered damage, and four families had to evacuate. ...
 National Geographic3 days ago
Huffington Post Canada

Let's Spend More on Wildlife Protection and Less on the Military

Harmonious coexistence with each other and all sentient beings could be the ROI if countries divested some of their military funding into wildlife protection rather than waging war against nations to exploit their natural resources. World military ...
 Huffington Post Canada6 days ago

Beyond the Chromosome: The Prevalence of Unique Extra-Chromosomal Bacteriophages with Integrated Virulence Genes in Pathogenic Staphylococcus aureus

Abstract In Staphylococcus aureus, the disease impact of chromosomally integrated prophages on virulence is well described. However, the existence of extra-chromosomal prophages, both plasmidial and episomal, remains obscure. Despite the recent ...
 Plosone.org1 month ago
Glos Wielkopolski

Summer Solstice Pictures: From Stonehenge to Carhenge

Summer solstice will be a cause for celebration this weekend, as the date marks the start of summer for people across the Northern Hemisphere. On June 21—the longest day of the year—the sun will be at its highest point in the sky. The ...
 Glos Wielkopolski1 month ago Summer Solstice Pictures  National Geographic1 month ago
National Geographic

Pictures: Stunning Underwater Photos on World Oceans Day

World Oceans Day is Sunday, designated by the United Nations as a time to celebrate the extraordinary diversity of life beneath the waves and to focus on the increasing challenges the sea face, from acidification to pollution and overfishing. ...
 National Geographic1 month ago Stunning Underwater Photos  National Geographic1 month ago
McGill University

Polar obsession: National Geo photographer talks climate change, diving in sub-zero water and swimming with Antarctic predators

Browse > Home / Headline News / Polar obsession: National Geo photographer talks climate change, diving in sub-zero water and swimming with Antarctic predators Posted on Monday, May 26, 2014 Paul Nicklen gets up close and personal with a ...
 McGill University2 months ago

NPR's CEO Gary Knell Leaving For National Geographic Society

Kenny Broad and Sarah McNair-Landry, two of the featured explorers from the traveling exhibit National Geographic Presents: Earth Explorers will speak at the Museum of Science & Industry (M.S.I.) on Saturday, May 31, 2014. The event begins at 11:00 ...
 Examiner.com2 months ago 2 Explorers from National Geographic Presents Earth Explorers' to Speak at MSI  Examiner.com2 months ago
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Mexico to extract 12,000-year-old teen skeleton

In this image released by the National Geographic Society, diver Susan Bird works at the bottom of Hoyo Negro, a large dome-shaped underwater cave on Mexico's Yucatan Peninsula on June 15, 2013 - by Paul Nicklen Archeologists have so far removed a ...
 XinMsn2 months ago
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