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Giant lizards once preyed on the ostrich-like Genyornis newtoni. Both are now extinct.   Image Giant lizards once preyed on the ostrich-like Genyornis newtoni. Both are now extinct.
Updated July 7, 2005
Men tend to trust strangers that are members of a group. Women favor personal connections.   Image Men tend to trust strangers that are members of a group. Women favor personal connections.
Updated July 7, 2005
The grizzly spur-throat grasshopper is nearly impossible to see against lichen-covered tree bark.   Image The grizzly spur-throat grasshopper is nearly impossible to see against lichen-covered tree bark.
Updated July 7, 2005
Capuchin monkey holds a palm nut   Image An adult female capuchin monkey holds a palm nut that she has collected from the ground.
Updated July 6, 2005
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