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  • throughout the Eastern part of the continent, and as far west as the Rocky Mountains and north into the maritime provinces of Canada. The larvae of these
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  • Marquette on the Mississippi, 1¢ Farming in the West, 2¢ Fremont on the Rocky Mountains, 5¢ Troops Guarding Train, 8¢ Hardships of Emigration, 10¢ Western
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  • introduced to North America and now common in most regions other than the Rocky Mountains. Its common names include Alehoof, Creeping Charlie (or Charley), Catsfoot
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  • constituting around 3% of Syria's population and mostly living in the rocky mountains of Jabal Al Arab. The Druze community is spread across Syria, Lebanon
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  • about hiking in the Canadian Rockies, particularly in Alberta and eastern British Columbia (technically the "Rocky Mountains" don't extend that far). This
    6 KB (1,015 words) - 14:44, 7 May 2014
  • Sport, Latitude, Renegade, and Limited and two special models: CRD and Rocky Mountain Edition. The Sport, Latitude, and Limited are the only versions still
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  • Reptiles covers the portion of the United States and Canada east of the Rocky Mountains. Field Guide to Reptiles/American Alligator Field Guide to Reptiles/Brown
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  • south as Virginia, as far north as New York, and as far west as the Rocky Mountains. It prefers mesic woods, where it has been known to eclipse native
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  • 1, Rocky Mountain Books, 2002. Calgary, Alberta, Canada pages: 48, 149 Daffern, Gillean - Kananaskis Country Trail Guide vol. 2, Rocky Mountain Books
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  • thought to have been upwards of 3 kilometres thick in locations over the Rocky Mountains and Hudson's Bay, began to melt off. With the receding of the ice at
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  • rain forests and other that habituate high mountain altitudes. The high jagged peaks of the Rocky Mountains are due to that they are not very eroded down
    18 KB (2,942 words) - 17:43, 12 May 2016
  • scientist named Charles Doolittle Walcott (Figure 12.15) was in the Rocky Mountains of British Columbia, Canada. He was a paleontologist, which is a scientist
    13 KB (1,829 words) - 01:49, 26 February 2015
  • those years, or were they formed more recently? When did the giant Rocky Mountains form and when did dinosaurs walk the Earth? To answer these questions
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  • found in the Rocky Mountains south to southwestern New Mexico and Arizona, the Northern Great Plains to Iowa, and the Appalachian mountains to northern
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  • started in St. Louis, but unlike them he traveled directly west into the Rocky Mountains. He reached Santa Fe, where he was captured briefly by Spanish soldiers
    14 KB (2,208 words) - 23:49, 16 November 2014
  • exactly with the rocky mountain estimate. (Tse'Khene is an alternative name for the Sekani.) A rough area estimate of the Rocky Mountains. The Sekani People
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  • also drew adventurous, thrill-seeking people towards climbing the Rocky Mountains. The Prairies were available for settlement as well, and the completion
    7 KB (1,209 words) - 00:01, 28 April 2016
  • mountains occur in Orogenic zones such as the Himalayas in Asia, the Rocky Mountains in North American, and the Andes in South America. The Chalk
    7 KB (1,142 words) - 01:13, 19 November 2012
  • throughout western North America from Alaska and Western Canada through the Rocky Mountains and Western Plains States of the United States south to the Peninsula
    391 bytes (53 words) - 21:42, 6 March 2013
  • 0-521-82149-5.  J. D. Taylor (1978). "The earwig: the truth about the myth". Rocky Mountain Medical Journal 75: 37–38.  http://bugs.bio.usyd.edu
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