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The migration to and from the river is not done en masse but rather over about a month's time.
And the sine qua non of Vikings’ lives was migration.
This summer, the Santa Clara Valley Open Space Authority requested that rail officials construct viaducts that would allow wild animals a migration path from the Diablo Range to the Santa Cruz Mountains.
Riis spent about a decade tracking, in photos, the migrations of elk, mule deer and pronghorn across the Yellowstone region.
The fungus originated in Europe and likely spread to the U.S. and Canada through human migration and agriculture.
Sam Greene/The Enquirer Fausto and Emilio Ferrari were part of a steady migration of Italians who came from Fuscaldo, a small town in the southern province of Calabria, to Cincinnati (Here's a story about it).
That idea, however, counters three genetic studies that concluded last year that Australians, Melanesians, and Eurasians all descend from a single migration out of Africa.
Now some of those bones have been recovered, and the latest fossil examinations are giving paleontologists crucial new insight into the Great American Interchange, a dizzying migration of ancient animals between North and South America.
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