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New evidence contradicts a claim by a British team to have found 40,000-year-old human footprints in a Mexican quarry in July 2005. This radio broadcast reports on findings that the volcanic ash layer the footprints...
This radio broadcast discusses the findings of a conservationist who flew over of most of the continent of Africa in a small plane at low altitude, photographing the ground below every 20 seconds, to form a grid map....
This lesson shows students how to use various types of scales to measure distances on a map. Topics include the statement of equivalency, bar scales, the representative fraction, and how to measure distances along a...
The excavation of the shipwreck "Belle" in Matagorda Bay produced an amazing array of finds, including the hull of the ship, bronze cannons, glass beads, bronze hawk bells, pottery and even one skeleton. All these...
Ocean Planet is now an archival version of the 1995 Smithsonian Institution traveling exhibition which is no longer on display. The Titanic site includes hundreds of links with information on the history, design, voyage...
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