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    1. A week earlier, sensors in the mountains had picked up increased ground movement at a site 10 miles north of Ragged Point. On Saturday at 9:30 a.m., a hillside near a small ravine known as Mud ...

    2. The following is a field report from Bob Boekelheide, a citizen birdwatcher in Olympic Coast National Marine Sanctuary.

    3. Research teams partnered with Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary hope to discover some of them. For the past two weeks University of Delaware Robotic Discovery Laboratories ...

    4. Ready to set sail

      The Alpena News10 hours ago

      Besser Foundation awards sanctuary Friends group $200K in grants Friends of Thunder Bay National Marine Sanctuary is expanding education and economic development opportunities ...

    5. At 6,094 square miles, the Monterey Bay National Marine Sanctuary is the second largest of the nation’s 13 marine sanctuaries. The Monterey Bay National Marine ...

    6. Scientists think they have answered a whale of a mystery: How the ocean creatures got so huge so quickly. A few million years ago, the largest whales, averaged maybe 15 feet long. “We really ...

    7. Whale of a mystery solved? How they got so big

      The Scranton Times-Tribune3 days ago

      WASHINGTON (AP) — Scientists think they have answered a whale of a mystery: How the ocean creatures got so huge so quickly. A few million years ago, the largest whales, averaged maybe 15 feet ...

    8. Former White House National Security Adviser Michael Flynn appears to have lied to federal investigators last year about who paid for his 2015 trip to Moscow during a Defense Department inquiry ...

    9. News Photo by Jason Ogden Left to right, Alpena Department of Public Works employees Adam Sauve, Don Josselin, Tami Romel and Brian Beatty, with assistance from Gavin MacDonald, work to put ...

    10. A few million years ago, the largest whales, averaged maybe 15 feet long. "We really are living in the time of giants," said study co-author Nicholas Pyenson of the Smithsonian Natural History Museum.

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