Monday, September 11, 2017

Amateur Archaeologists Find Roman Mosaic in Britain, How Zoos Handle Natural Disasters, High-Ranking Viking Warrior Was a Woman and More

 
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Amateur Archaeologists Find 'Most Exciting' Roman Mosaic in Britain
 
Amateur Archaeologists Find ‘Most Exciting’ Roman Mosaic in Britain
 
 
When Disaster Strikes, the Zoo Must Go On
 
When Disaster Strikes, the Zoo Must Go On
 
 
Did Edvard Munch Find a Supernatural Power in Color?
 
Did Edvard Munch Find a Supernatural Power in Color?
 
 
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New Kingdom Goldsmith's Tomb Discovered in Egypt
 
New Kingdom Goldsmith's Tomb Discovered in Egypt
 
 
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The Jane Austen £10 Note Extends the "Ladylike" History of British Money
 
The Jane Austen £10 Note Extends the "Ladylike" History of British Money
 
 
With Smart Planning, Coffee and Bees Can Survive Climate Change
 
With Smart Planning, Coffee and Bees Can Survive Climate Change
 
 
New Startup WildKale Lets Farmers Sell Directly to Customers Through an App
 
New Startup WildKale Lets Farmers Sell Directly to Customers Through an App
 
 
The Best Night Markets for Midnight Snacking in Taipei
 
The Best Night Markets for Midnight Snacking in Taipei
 
 
The Roots of Computer Code Lie in Telegraph Code
 
The Roots of Computer Code Lie in Telegraph Code
 
 
Before She Was an Etiquette Authority, Emily Post Was a Road Warrior
 
Before She Was an Etiquette Authority, Emily Post Was a Road Warrior
 
 
This High-Ranking Viking Warrior Was a Woman
 
This High-Ranking Viking Warrior Was a Woman
 
 
Why 30,000 People Came Out to See a Swedish Singer Arrive in New York
 
Why 30,000 People Came Out to See a Swedish Singer Arrive in New York
 
 
How a "Snowman" Lasted the Entire Summer In Chicago
 
How a "Snowman" Lasted the Entire Summer In Chicago
 
 
This Replica of a Tlingit Killer Whale Hat Is Spurring Dialogue About Digitization
 
This Replica of a Tlingit Killer Whale Hat Is Spurring Dialogue About Digitization
 
 
Baby Tiger Travels by Southwest Jet, in Search of a Better Life in San Diego
 
Baby Tiger Travels by Southwest Jet, in Search of a Better Life in San Diego
 
 
Today in History
 
On this day in 2001, the deadliest foreign terror attack on United States soil occurred when terrorists hijacked four commercial planes, intent on crashing them into national landmarks. The attacks of September 11, 2001, killed 2,977 people in New York, at the Pentagon and in a field in rural Pennsylvania. Read how the National Museum of American History's collection remembers 9/11, from a scrawled note to a scrap of fuselage.
 
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The old man is trying to take out an old lawn mower in the warehouse to fix it before selling to his customer. There are also some other items like crop sprayers or chain saws in this second-hand shop. This re-selling for re-using will contribute on limiting the industrial waste throwing outside the environment.
 
"Old Lawn Mowers" Photo by Huynh Thanh Huy
 
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