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Brian Utesch/Icon Sportswire The foundation of Richt’s plan to lift the Hurricanes to the Power 5 mountaintop is a variation of a proven Miami formula.
So, how did a toothy monster from a prehistoric ocean make it to a rocky mountaintop 6,000 feet in the sky?
Scholars could reason their way around previous out-of-place discoveries like fossil seashells found on mountaintops, Mr. McKay writes.
Another time, a crew set up a ground station on a mountaintop that turned out to be the home of a large troop of baboons.
The perfect accessory for Halloween is waiting for a buyer in western North Carolina: an honest to goodness ghost town on an isolated mountaintop.
Below: Miracle on the Mountain Stranded on a mountaintop for eight days, an ex-hockey player confronts his past.
Head down the mountain and stop at Oxygen, a mountaintop restaurant with picturesque views of the city below.
Sri Lanka’s lush rainforests are home to herds of Asian elephants who like to bathe in its rivers and monkeys that linger beside waterfalls, and mountaintop cloud forests heaving with primates.
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