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  AMNH - Dreams Of the Haida Child   Research Human Relative’s Foot a Step Towards Modern Walking The bones of newly discovered Homo naledi were made for both climbing trees and walking upright. October 6, 2015 Article Microbiome Monday: Animals and Their BFFs Dr. Valerie McKenzie's lab at the University of Colorado is looking to learn more about the microbiomes of non-human animals and... October 5, 2015   At the 2015 Mead: Dancing in the Dark Dance is at the heart of three documentaries appearing in the 2015 Margaret Mead Film Festival, which runs from Thursday, October... October 20, 2015 Research Wasp Fossils Suggest Ice Age California Similar To Modern Environment New research on fossil galls—abnormal plant growths caused, in this case, by tiny wasps—helps reconstruct the local habitats of Southern... November 9, 2015   Analysis of Oldest-known Plant-visiting Bat Suggests It Was Omnivorous New evidence suggests the oldest known nectar-drinking bat, Palynephyllum antimaster, likely also dined on bugs. November 12, 2015 Article Imperial Dragon Long ago, there was a poor farmer who lived in a wild and rugged land, far from the great cities of China. Article The Team Unlike Scott, who had a large shore party from which to choose his team, Amundsen disembarked with only nine men. Some had Arctic... Article The Exhibition The Shackleton exhibition was the most extensive presentation ever mounted on this dramatic journey. Article New World Coins The first gold coins minted in the New World were struck in either Cartagena or Bogota in 1622. Article Gila Monster Shy and beautiful, the Gila Monster is also highly venomous. Article Volcanoes Some researchers think that intense volcanism could have contributed to the dinosaurs' decline well before a comet or asteroid impact...