Tuesday, March 28, 2017

Announcing the Winners of Our Photo Contest, World's Largest Gold Coin Stolen, Eight Species That Are Bending the Rules of Reproduction and More

 
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World's Largest Gold Coin Stolen From Berlin Museum
 
World’s Largest Gold Coin Stolen From Berlin Museum
 
 
Ancient Egyptian Shroud Gets New Life After Rediscovery in Scottish Museum Collections
 
Announcing the 14th Annual Photo Contest Winners!
 
 
Ancient Egyptian Shroud Gets New Life After Rediscovery in Scottish Museum Collections
 
Ancient Egyptian Shroud Gets New Life After Rediscovery in Scottish Museum Collections
 
 
This Mesmerizing World of Miniatures Will Soon Take Over 50,000-Square-Feet of Time Square
 
This Mesmerizing World of Miniatures Will Soon Take Over 50,000-Square-Feet of Time Square
 
 
Naval Base Believed to Have Been Used in the Legendary Battle of Salamis Found
 
Naval Base Believed to Have Been Used in the Legendary Battle of Salamis Found
 
 
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Announcing the Winners of the Smithsonian.com 14th Annual Photo Contest
 
The Budweiser Clydesdales' First Gig Was the End of Prohibition
 
The Budweiser Clydesdales’ First Gig Was the End of Prohibition
 
 
See the World's Largest Collection of Fluorescent Rocks
 
See the World’s Largest Collection of Fluorescent Rocks
 
 
MIT Mathematician Develops an Algorithm to Help Treat Diabetes
 
MIT Mathematician Develops an Algorithm to Help Treat Diabetes
 
 
The Guillotine's Namesake Was Against Capital Punishment
 
The Guillotine's Namesake Was Against Capital Punishment
 
 
Your Monthly Menstrual Cycle, Reenacted on a Microchip
 
Your Monthly Menstrual Cycle, Reenacted on a Microchip
 
 
How Detroit Went from Motor City to the Arsenal of Democracy
 
How Detroit Went from Motor City to the Arsenal of Democracy
 
 
This 17th-Century Anatomist Made Art Out of Bodies
 
This 17th-Century Anatomist Made Art Out of Bodies
 
 
Meet Eight Species That Are Bending the Rules of Reproduction
 
Meet Eight Species That Are Bending the Rules of Reproduction
 
 
When I Say "You" But Really Mean "Me"
 
When I Say "You" But Really Mean "Me"
 
 
Today in History
 
In 1834, Congress censured the president of the United States for the first and only time. The unprecedented decision came after President Andrew Jackson refused to turn over documents relating to his veto on an act to re-charter the Bank of the United States in 1931. Find out more about the "Bank War" that Jackson waged with Congress during his presidency.
 
 
 
 
Photo of the Day
 
Even though Peggy Sue's adoption is pending, I could not resist photographing this adorable little girl!  Find out who else is available for adoption at UCAPS! Address: 1000 Sunset Rd, El Dorado, AR 71730  Phone: 1(870) 862-0502 *UPDADE* Peggy Due has been ADOPTED!
 
"Shelter Pets Project - Peggy Sue" Photo by Tammy Swarek
 
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