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  • Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

    Turkey bones may help trace fate of ancient cliff dwellers

    Thursday, August 17 2017 11:19 AM EDT2017-08-17 15:19:20 GMT
    Friday, August 18 2017 4:34 PM EDT2017-08-18 20:34:08 GMT
    Archaeologists say DNA from ancient bones of domesticated turkeys provides a clue into the mysterious exodus of cliff dwellers from southwestern Colorado 700 years ago.
    Archaeologists say DNA from ancient bones of domesticated turkeys provides a clue into the mysterious exodus of cliff dwellers from southwestern Colorado 700 years ago.
  • Your solar eclipse questions answered

    Your solar eclipse questions answered

    Friday, August 18 2017 2:32 PM EDT2017-08-18 18:32:32 GMT
    Friday, August 18 2017 3:34 PM EDT2017-08-18 19:34:26 GMT

    This is a partial list of questions taken from various Facebook comment sections, and serves as a futile attempt to answer them once and for all, in a mostly serious manner.

    This is a partial list of questions taken from various Facebook comment sections, and serves as a futile attempt to answer them once and for all, in a mostly serious manner.

  • Loss of sea ice leads walruses to early appearance in Alaska

    Loss of sea ice leads walruses to early appearance in Alaska

    Wednesday, August 16 2017 6:28 PM EDT2017-08-16 22:28:59 GMT
    Friday, August 18 2017 8:21 AM EDT2017-08-18 12:21:20 GMT
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says Pacific walruses have begun coming ashore along Alaska's northwest coast and it's likely because sea ice in the Arctic Ocean already has receded beyond the outer continental...
    The U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service says Pacific walruses have begun coming ashore along Alaska's northwest coast and it's likely because sea ice in the Arctic Ocean already has receded beyond the outer continental shelf.
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