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EUREKA! Volunteer Claudette Moore shares about the natural history and more from her travels in South East Australia.
EUREKA! Volunteer Mark Kadnuck takes us on a trip to the Arctic in search of caribou and more!
Grand Canyon's extremes in elevation and temperature provide for a rich diversity in plants and animals and fascinating adaptations to Grand Canyon's challenging environment. We will explore these biotic communities as well as learn how some plants and animals have formed symbiotic relationships enabling them to thrive in this amazing place. Presenter is: Lisa Kearsley, MA, Grand Canyon Conservancy Instructor.
Sixty-six million years ago a 6-mile-wide asteroid slammed into Earth and caused the extinction of more than 75% of life on Earth, including the dinosaurs. How and when life rebounded in the aftermath of the extinction has been shrouded in mystery due to a poor fossil record. An extraordinary new discovery east of Colorado Springs preserves a remarkably complete fossil record with entire fossil mammals, turtles, crocodiles, and plants that paints a vivid picture of how life rebounded after Earth’s darkest hour.
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