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  • Natural History Museum announces new hall for history and ecology

     
    The Natural History Museum of Los Angeles County says that 'Becoming Los Angeles,' a new exhibit on the region's history and ecology, will open in December. It's part of a gradual, $135-million makeover of the Exposition Park museum....
  • Two-headed tortoise gets her close-up in Kiev

     
    Today we did a double take at this shot of a two-headed turtle on display in Ukraine. The animal also has two hearts, six legs and a single intestine. "Strictly speaking it isn't a tortoise with two heads, but rather two conjoined tortoises," zoologist...
  • A natural history that almost wasn't: 'America's Other Audubon'

     
    As a little girl in Ohio in the mid-1800s, Genevieve "Gennie" Jones would accompany her country doctor father in his buggy as he visited patients. Along the way they'd discuss the natural world, which turned into a lifelong passion. Then......
  • Friday Morning Coffee: A Breakfast Buffet Of Links.

     
    Good Friday Morning, Fellow Seekers. If you're like us, the chances are pretty good that, even at this early hour, you're already looking forward to the long holiday weekend ahead. If you're even in the office this morning, perhaps you're......
  • For the person who has everything: This T-Rex is for sale

     
    From the don't-you-wish-you-had-a-few-spare-million department: Bonham's is holding a natural history auction in Las Vegas on Oct. 3, selling some super-cool objects-de-fossil. That's Samson, above, a female T-Rex. She hails from what is now South...
  • Dung beetle named for Charles Darwin

     
    Recently, we learned that a newly discovered hairy yellow spider had been named for David Bowie. Since the undisputed "rock star" of the field of biology would have to be Charles Darwin (no matter what Kirk Cameron may think of......
  • Milan's big showing of a Da Vinci notebook recalls L.A.'s Leonardo that got away

     
    In light of recent controversies, most folks who care about art know that it's a really big deal for a museum to even think of unloading a masterpiece. (Consider Brandeis University's attempt to sell off the collection of its Rose......
  • Pacific Asia Museum is accredited by American Assn. of Museums, joining 15 others in L.A. County

     
    The Pacific Asia Museum in Pasadena has announced that it’s been accredited by the American Assn. of Museums — which means it completed an application process, including a site visit from evaluators, and was found to meet standards set by......
  • Think that sheep's milk cheese comes from a sheep? DNA doesn't lie

     
    Who says scientists with PhD.s should have all the fun? Not us, especially after a high school class project involving DNA analysis resulted in the discovery of an invasive insect species and several mislabeled food items. Enjoying that sturgeon caviar?.....
  • L.A. mayor is bullish on the arts, but funding outlook remains a bear*

     
    Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa remains bullish on the L.A. arts scene even though the city government’s balance sheet has gone to the bears and its funding for the arts appears to be in line for yet another cut. The mayor gave......
  • SAUDI ARABIA: The kingdom and Thailand attempt to settle 20-year row over stolen diamond

     
    Ever since a Thai laborer stole a set of jewels, including a rare blue diamond worth millions of dollars, from a Saudi prince in 1989, Saudi-Thai ties have been frosty and trade relations between the two countries have suffered. The......