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Sunday April 5th, 2015 at 9:00pm (EST) NEW YORK, March 31, 2015 /PRNewswire-iReach/ -- We are excited about the start of our online weekly scavenger hunts that will provide all participants
Study Scavenger, the multilingual smartphone app is a powerful tool to enhance recruitment for clinical trials.
Bay Fastening Systems encourages residents in the New York City area to take part in the MoMA Foursquare Architecture Scavenger Hunt, which celebrates modern architecture in Manhattan.
A fun car trip scavenger hunt together with a gallery of road trip game ideas have been published on Kids Activities Blog.
In celebration of our launch, Storyteller invites you to participate in a spectacular scavenger hunt, unlike any other seen on these windy, hilly streets. San
Scavengers might not play as key a role in spreading anthrax through wildlife populations as previously assumed, according to findings from a small study conducted in Etosha National Park in northern Namibia.
The pregnant ichthyosaur female from Holzmaden (Germany) that perished 182 million years ago puzzled researchers for quite some time: The skeleton of the extinct marine reptile is almost immaculately preserved and the fossilized bones of the mother animal lie largely in their anatomical position.
Harnessing the competitive spirit of NASCAR, the 5-hour ENERGY® team decided to keep fans on their toes with a Scavenger Hunt Contest. (PRWEB) February
Vultures are scavenging birds that feed mostly from carcasses of dead animals. Vultures are found in almost every continent. A particular characteristic of many vultures is their bald head, completely devoid of feathers. This is likely because a feathered head would become spattered with blood and other fluids, and thus be difficult to keep clean. Vultures fall into two groups. The Old World vultures belong to the family Accipitridae, which also includes eagles, Kites, buzzards and...
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