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$10-$15. In the gloom that surrounds the brand-new permanent Hall of Ancient Egypt at the Houston Museum of Natural Science - known for its exceptional dinosaurs; the three-story Foucault Pendulum; the bedazzling Smith Gem Vault; and the amazing, if redundantly humid, Cockrell Butterfly Center - this little girl found one of the jewels of the ... (more)
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NASA is calling on backyard astronomers and other citizen-scientists to help track asteroids that could create havoc on Earth.
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Deep impact: An artist's impression of a huge meteorite striking Earth 65 million years ago, sending the dinosaurs and many other life forms into extinction.
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I think Diary of a Wimpy Kid is a great book because it has a lot of funny parts and some serious parts when it is appropriate in the story.
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Wallingford-based poet James Carter was reading some action rhymes from his now book Hey, Little Bug.
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An Eastern box turtle was among the burrowing animals that visited the library's summer reading program.
SCHOOL children took part in workshops with street artist Andy Council to design dinosaurs, inspired by the return of 12 life-like animatronic dinosaurs to Bristol Zoo.
The Richland Public Library's summer reading program will feature dinosaurs and fossils from 3-4 p.m. June 25 at the library.
"Dig it up, dig it up, dig it up, up, up ..." is the song that more than 150 children and adults sang at the kickoff of the Otsego County Library's Summer Reading series "Dig into Reading" last week.
They may be terrible paleontologists, but on The Devil Put Dinosaurs Here , Alice in Chains prove that grunge fossils can still churn out slithery menace.
The discovery comes as a study of ancient kangaroo teeth from south-eastern Queensland suggests that between two and a half and five million years ago, the region was not arid as previously thought.
Here's the schedule for tonight's Top of the Park, the free , outdoor component of the Ann Arbor Summer Festival .
Why do humans make art? And why do we build museums to house these objects? Tim Stone considers these questions at the Dark Mofo opening of MONA's new exhibition The Red Queen.
Mind-bending trees twisted into unbelievable shapes These curious living trees have fused together into bizarre contortions both by accident and design, Daily Mail reports.
People could see themselves walking with dinosaurs from 130 million years ago with a new mobile phone app, MSN News reports.
A herd of dinosaurs are trapped in rock outside Arches National Park, and state paleontologists need a helicopter to bring it back to the lab to see what's really inside.