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  1. Deft Director Eli Roth Shifts Skillfully to 'Do You Believe in...Read the original story w/Photo

    2 hrs ago | Huntington News

    Steven Spielberg's youth accented films tend to have an outsider seeking acceptance theme humming along with action frontiers accented by a loveable alien , mischievous gremlins, or kids capturing a "monster" with a super 8 movie camera. The producer/director known for Indiana Jones, Men in Black and Jurassic dinosaurs had no personal involvement with the period tempered spinetingler, "House with a Clock in its Walls," however, his production company co-produced the Harry Potter stew that heats imaginative morsels from Tim Burton , Goosebumps, Fantastic Beasts, and harsh horror maven Eli Roth.

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  2. 6 incredible facts you won't believe are true about diamondsRead the original story w/Photo

    3 hrs ago | Newkerala.com

    The diamonds splendor has been appreciated for centuries. World-famous diamonds such as the Great Mughal, Kohinoor, Regent, Florentine, Darya-i-Noor, Pigott, Tavernier, and Nassak were produced in India.

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  3. Canberra Day Trips: Experience an ACT animal adventureRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The RiotACT

    The ACT abounds with fabulous day trips but for something different, what about an animal adventure right in the city? Canberra isn't known as the bush capital for nothing, and whether you prefer your animals running wild and free or in a more formal environment, it's easy to spend a day discovering the local residents in our zoos and nature parks. Here are some of our favourites to discover and enjoy.

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  4. 59 things to do in Metro Vancouver on Sunday, September 23Read the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | The Georgia Straight

    Looking for something to do on Sunday? The Straight 's got you covered. Here are 59 events happening in or around Vancouver on Sunday, September 23. Chicago melodic hardcore band Rise Against plays the PNE Forum on its Mourning in Amerika Tour, with guests AFI and Anti-Flag.

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  5. Digitizing the vast "dark data" in museum fossil collectionsRead the original story w/Photo

    6 hrs ago | Salon

    ... digitally bring together their data from key parts of the fossil record. The University of California Museum of Paleontology at Berkeley, where I work, is one of 10 museums now aggregating some of their fossil data. Together through our digitized ...

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  6. Jurassic exhibit brings dinosaurs to life; 'big scary teeth' and allRead the original story w/Photo

    11 hrs ago | Wenatchee World

    The animatronic dinosaur exhibit features a large dinosaur display filled with moving models, as well as rides, crafts, games and interactions with "live" dinosaurs. The exhibit has traveled the country for about five years with the goal of captivating audience's love of dinosaurs, said Johnel Acosta, Jurassic Quest public relations manager.

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  7. Here Are 6 Interesting Facts About Diamond That Are Hard to BelieveRead the original story w/Photo

    12 hrs ago | India.com

    The diamonds splendor has been appreciated for centuries. World-famous diamonds such as the Great Mughal, Kohinoor, Regent, Florentine, Darya-i-Noor, Pigott, Tavernier, and Nassak were produced in India.

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  8. The biggest dinosaurs of all timeRead the original story w/Photo

    13 hrs ago | Albany Times Union

    Dinosaurs are one of the biggest land-dwelling animals to ever exist on Earth. Starting off from tiny dinosaurs that came up to your knee to the largest ending up as soaring towers.

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  9. Fossils and bones and rocks, oh myRead the original story w/Photo

    18 hrs ago | Chaffee County Times

    Join Bureau of Land Management Paleontologist Andrew Smith, and Museum Education Coordinator Kathleen Eaton as they explore the rich geological and paleontology history of Fremont County. The field trip will dive into the Royal Gorge Museum's newest fossil exhibit, "Digging It - Fossils of Fremont County" and will include an adventure into three paleontology field sites in CaA on City.

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  10. Santa Barbara Natural History Museum Opens New Butterfly Pavilion, Museum BackyardRead the original story w/Photo

    23 hrs ago | Noozhawk

    The new butterfly pavilion and backyard area at the Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History will make its long-awaited debut this weekend. After 12 months of renovations as part of the museum's $20-million Centennial Project, the revamped backyard space, Nature Club House and new Norman F. Sprague III Butterfly Pavilion open to visitors on Saturday.

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  11. Indie-rock band Last Dinosaurs' new album show they are far from extinctionRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The RiotACT

    Last Dinosaurs' Sean Caskey, Lachlan Caskey and Michael Sloane will release their new album on the 5 October. Photos: Supplied experienced an economic and cultural boom 300-400 years ago, Arita is now almost a ghost town.

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  12. Dinosaur skeleton replica on the prowl in OSU's Orton HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Review

    A common scene this week inside Orton Hall on the Ohio State campus: A student opens one of the two wooden front doors, walks into the lobby, stops and looks up in surprise. Some people pull out their phone to take a picture.

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  13. Ancient Mystery Creature That Defied Classification Is Earth's Oldest AnimalRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LiveScience

    ... Dickinsonia as the oldest known animal fossil, solving a decades-old mystery that has been the Holy Grail of paleontology," Brocks said. Earth's earliest forms of life were microbes; the earliest known examples have been traced to rocks that are ...

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  14. Mutant Green Crabs Are Mean, and They're Invading Maine's WatersRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | LiveScience

    ... Pappas is a contributing writer for Live Science. She covers the world of human and animal behavior, as well as paleontology and other science topics. Stephanie has a Bachelor of Arts in psychology from the University of South Carolina and a ...

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  15. Top 10 holiday toys of 2018: Predictions on what toys are expected to sell outRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | USA Today

    Target, Walmart and Amazon have released their hot toy lists for the 2018 holiday season and many of the toys expected to sell out. Top 10 holiday toys of 2018: Predictions on what toys are expected to sell out Target, Walmart and Amazon have released their hot toy lists for the 2018 holiday season and many of the toys expected to sell out.

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  16. Old Deerfield Craft Fair this weekendRead the original story w/Photo

    Yesterday | The Recorder

    All manner of crafts, from woodworking and pottery to specialty foods and furniture, will be featured at the annual Old Deerfield craft fair This weekend the 42nd Old Deerfield Arts and Craft Fair will be held on Saturday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. and Sunday from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. at Memorial Hall Museum and grounds at 8 Memorial St. "The first-rate ... (more)

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  17. 10 million-year-old whale bone found while building new subway below Downtown LARead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | Curbed

    Paleontologists working with construction crews on a new subway station in Downtown LA have unearthed a rare remnant of an era when the Los Angeles basin sat at the bottom of the ocean. A bone found in a wall of the future Broadway station, part of Metro's ambitious Regional Connector project , has been "tentatively identified" as a whale vertebra, Courtney Richards, principal paleontologist on the project, tells Metro's news blog, the Source , According to Richards, the whale likely lived during the Miocene epoch and is between 10 and 15 million years old.

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  18. Chinese scientists call for cooperation against asteroid threatRead the original story

    Friday | Xinhuanet

    Chinese scientists have appealed to further strengthen international cooperation in space exploration, aiming to reduce the risk of near-Earth objects. Compared to global issues like food security, energy shortage, climate change, cyber attacks and environmental pollution caused by human activities, more serious threats to our globe may come from space, said Chen Jiansheng, an academician with the Chinese Academy of Sciences and a senior astronomer, at a conference promoting science literacy.

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  19. Beware of dinosaur: Skeleton replica on the prowl in Ohio State's Orton HallRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | The Columbus Dispatch

    A common scene this week inside Orton Hall on the Ohio State campus: A student opens one of the two wooden front doors, walks into the lobby, stops and looks up in surprise. Some people pull out their phone to take a picture.

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  20. Homer residents experiment with a tree from Alaska's prehistoric pastRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday | KTOO-TV Juneau

    Could climate change take forests back in time? Kenai Peninsula residents and scientists see evidence that warmer weather is bringing back at least one tree that hasn't populated Alaska for millions of years. Across the street from Homer's Pratt Museum, there's a small tree growing on the side of the road.

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