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American doctor defends lion hunt, says he followed rules

...past 35 years, that is where Dr. Seski intends to focus his energy and attention."Also Tuesday, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh said it was reviewing Seski's donation of two Nile crocodiles and an American alligator...
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Tommy Joseph to help Anchorage Museum restore totem pole past fall, Joseph created a 16-foot pole for the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh. He was the first recipient of the museum's Living Cultural Treasures Award, a project...
New Ray Troll book infested with sharks

Ray Troll knows sharks. Prehistoric sharks big enough to eat whales and diabolical little sharks that lure predators and then chomp on them.

...field conservator at a Turkish archaeological excavation for five seasons and assistant conservator at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh. Sound off on the important issues at Richard Haight , a member of Northern Light United...
Unlocking Alaska's dinosaur secrets

...three-dimensional maps of the bed. K. Christopher Beard, curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, said Alaska's fossils are important for understanding how dinosaurs moved from Asia to...
Juneau Empire Online Archive Community: Alaska photographer honored 1/9/98

Levy submitted the print as part of the ``Natural World Photographic Competition'' that the museum sponsors every year. Over 600 images were submitted this year by 260 photographers from 39 states and Canada.


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