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Introduction to Branchiopoda
Right: A right lateral view of a fairy shrimp, courtesy of U.S. Fish and Wildlife ... You often find packages of dried eggs for sale in pet and toy stores. ...
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Saber-Toothed Cats
Surprisingly, there is more than one "saber-toothed cat." The sabertooth morphology has appeared several times during the history of the mammals. ...
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Calendar
Marine Mammals. 9:00 AM-10:00 AM. Englert MM. 1:00 PM-2:00 PM ... Marine Mammals Final. 8:00 AM-11:00 AM. Geoff Owen. 11:00 AM-12:00 PM ...
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Introduction to the Annelida
The phylum includes earthworms and their relatives, leeches, ... And not to forget the third main class of annelids, Mark Siddal's Hirudinea pages present ...
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Currents in the Earth's System
Nov 2, 2002 ... Convection currents in the magma drive plate tectonics. ... in the interior of the Earth creates magma (molten rock) in the aesthenosphere. ...
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Earth: A Dynamic Structure (Home)
Nov 1, 2002 ... Jump to: Exploring Heat and Density | Convection Currents | Reviewing the Big Ideas ... B. Convection Currents and the Earth's system ...
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Ediacara Hills, Australia
In 1946, an Australian mining geologist named Reginald C. Sprigg was exploring a range of ... Fossils from the Ediacara Hills: On the left is Arkarua, ...
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Web Geological Time Machine
a great, sprawling geological and paleontological journey from the birth of the planet to today.
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Web Geological Time Machine
a great, sprawling geological and paleontological journey from the birth of the planet to today.
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Plate tectonics animation
Click on any of the four colored regions to the left for a paleontological history of each era. The number in the lower right represents millions of years ...
 
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