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  The New T. Rex: A leech With an Affinity For Noses     New Research Shows Dolphin By-Catch Includes Genetic Relatives     New Discoveries in North America's Great Plains Bring Ammonites to Life     The Search for life Are we Alone     Small Mammals of Mainland Southeast Asia Addressing knowledge gaps about the regional diversity and natural history of mainland Southeast Asia's small mammals in the face... Blog Post Remembering Lonesome George On Sunday, the tree of life lost another member: Lonesome George, the famed last survivor of the Pinta Island tortoises (Chelonoidis... June 28, 2012 Blog Post Eyeless Australian Cave Fishes' Closest Relatives in Madagascar Researchers from the American Museum of Natural History and Louisiana State University have discovered that two groups of blind cave... August 30, 2012 Blog Post American Museum of Natural History Has Announced 2009 Young Naturalist Award Winners Twelve students from across the United States and Canada include three repeat winners from Texas, Maryland, and New York. January 1, 2009 Blog Post SKY REPORTER: On to Arcturus Saturn and Mars are prominent in the evening sky, along with the giant star Arcturus. June 12, 2014 Blog Post SKY REPORTER: Telescopes Great and Small Upcoming colossal telescopes will offer glimpses into the unknown, but you also can find a telescope this summer to see what's up... July 15, 2014 Blog Post Project 1640 An advanced telescope imaging system that started taking data last month is the first of its kind capable of spotting planets orbiting... July 5, 2012 Blog Post Velociraptor Had Feathers   November 28, 2007