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Press Release 08-119
A Single Boulder May Prove that Antarctica and North America Were Once Connected

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Photo of John Goodge and a colleague collecting specimens in the Transantarctic Mountains.

John Goodge and a colleague collecting specimens in the Transantarctic Mountains.

Credit: John Goodge / University of Minnesota-Duluth


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Photo of the Transantarctic Mountains where the boulder was found.

The Transantarctic Mountains where the boulder was found.

Credit: John Goodge / University of Minnesota-Duluth


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Cover of the July 11 issue of Science magazine.

The researchers' findings appear in the July 11 issue of Science magazine.

Credit: Copyright 2008 AAAS


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