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Posted: 23 juin 2014 à 11 h 30 , by Deepali Dewan
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Posted: 23 juin 2014 à 11 h 29 , by Ryan Dodge
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Join us on July 16th at 2pm EST for our next Google+ Hangout on Air as we chat about the new ROM Field Guide to Butterflies of Ontario!

Posted: 23 juin 2014 à 10 h 29 , by Tim Dickinson
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Deb Metsger and I are on the train coming back from Montréal where we attended the 50th Anniversary meeting of the Canadian Botanical Association.

Posted: 23 juin 2014 à 10 h 26 , by David Evans
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For the past week, a small crew from the Royal Ontario Museum’s palaeontology division has been excavating a Triceratops site on private ranchland in Harding County, South Dakota.

Posted: 19 juin 2014 à 15 h 22 , by Jaime Clifton-Ross
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A step-by-step guide to visiting the ROM with your kids!

Posted: 18 juin 2014 à 8 h 52 , by Louis Labrecque
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De nouveaux fossiles constituent les premières preuves de l’apparition de mâchoires chez les poissons primitifs.

Posted: 17 juin 2014 à 15 h 32 , by Robert Mason
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Robert Mason reports on his years of archaeological fieldwork at the Monastery of St Moses, Syria, in this blog series. 

 

 

Posted: 12 juin 2014 à 15 h 14 , by Jaime Clifton-Ross
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What you may or may not know about this unusual mammal.

Posted: 11 juin 2014 à 13 h 00 , by Jean-Bernard Caron
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New fossils reveal first hints of the evolution of jaws in primitive fish.

Posted: 9 juin 2014 à 3 h 03 , by Stacey Kerr
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Guest Blogger and 2014 Ontario Bioblitz Arachnid Taxon team leader Dr. Gergin Blagoev, Research Associate at the Biodiversity Institute of Ontario (BIO), tells us about finding double the expected number of spider species in the Humber River Watershed and shares a couple of the most interesting species that were found.