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John Burroughs 2009 Medal Awarded to Franklin Burroughs Burroughs and others will be honored at a special luncheon on April 6 at the American Museum of Natural History. April 6, 2009 Digging Up Evidence of 400-Year-Old Global Trade and Wealth Largest 17th century bead repository found in coastal Georgia is the first evidence of Spanish beadmaking. April 1, 2009 Grant for Sea Turtle Conservation from Royal Caribbean Cruises Ltd.'s Ocean Fund Announced Grant funds initiative to track hidden connections among turtle populations. March 24, 2009 Was Triceratops a Social Animal? Yes, according to a new fossil discovery in Montana's Homer site. March 19, 2009 Oldest Fossil Brain Found in Kansas Shark relative that lived 300 million years ago yields a very rare specimen. February 1, 2009 'Great Speciators‘ Explained: It's Intrinsic White eyes diversify across a hemispheric range faster than any other bird. January 23, 2009 Fish Out of Water New species of climbing fish from remote Venezuela shakes the catfish family tree. January 16, 2009 Richard Gilder Graduate School Celebrates Inaugural Convocation Historic ceremony welcomed students, teachers, and honored guests. January 15, 2009 Move Over Sponges New evidence from the Sackler Institute for Comparative Genomics confirms Placozoans are the closes living surrogate to the ancestor... January 6, 2009 Studies in Reef Health Research by the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation during 2008, the International Year of the Reef. January 5, 2009 Microscopic Morphology Adds Detail to Scorpion Family Tree Atlas of scanning electron microscope images of the book lung published by the American Museum of Natural History. January 5, 2009
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