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  • {{Infobox Islands | name = Baffin Island
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  • |conventional_long_name = Easter Island |common_name = Easter Island
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  • [[Image:Computer history museum.jpg|thumb|200px|right|The Computer History Museum in Mountain View.]] ... the [[preservation]], [[education]], and study of [[computer]]s. Computer museums often hold historic mainframe super computers as well as [[abacus|abacuses
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  • ...harbor and connects Port Royal, the center of shipping, to the rest of the island. ...Royal]] and the [[Norman Manley International Airport]] to the rest of the island. The spit has been developed as a recreational and tourist resort.
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  • ...ly in cool regions, and a number breed in [[Antarctica]] and Sub-Antarctic islands. However, there also are several species that are found in the [[temperate ...f their being no large land predators in Antarctica or the nearby offshore islands that [[prey]] on or attack penguins. Today, commercial fishing, destructio
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  • ...ewfoundland]], [[Norway]], the northern [[British Isles]], and the oceanic islands of the [[Azores]] and [[Madeira]], to the South Atlantic around southern [ ...ween the sperm whale and giant squid, from a [[diorama]] at the [[American Museum of Natural History]].]]
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  • ...a, with a world map insert, with the island of Taiwan shaded and the other islands circled ...-east, and the [[Philippines]] to the south. The eastern two thirds of the island of Taiwan is dominated by mountain ranges while plains in the western third
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  • [[Image:KonTikiInMuseum.jpg|thumb|300px|The raft in the Kon-Tiki Museum, Oslo]] ...riter [[Thor Heyerdahl]] in his 1947 expedition from Peru to the [[Tuamotu Islands]]. It was named after the [[Inca]] [[sun god]], [[Viracocha]], for whom "K
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  • ...://www.nzherald.co.nz/search/search.cfm?kw1=%22Queen%20city%22&kw2=&op=all&searchorder=2&display=20&start=0&thepage=1 --> * upper right: [[Auckland War Memorial Museum|Auckland Museum]]
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  • ...South Africa northward along the east African coast to Kenya, the [[Comoro Island]] and [[Madagascar]], seemingly occurring in small colonies. ...elacanth1.jpg|thumb|left|250px|Coelacanth model in the [[Oxford University Museum of Natural History]]]]
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  • ... [[Nathaniel Dance-Holland|Nathaniel Dance]], c. 1775, [[National Maritime Museum]], Greenwich]] ... the east coast of [[Australia]]; the European discovery of the [[Hawaiian Islands]]; and the first recorded [[circumnavigation]] and mapping of [[Newfoundla
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  • ... which he sailed by raft 4,300 miles from [[South America]] to the Tuamotu Islands. ''National Geographic'' best summarizes his life by these words: "He cros ...e between Africa, Europe and the Americas and between the Americas and the islands of the Pacific is historically probable and that the ancient world was mor
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  • ..._place =Missing July 2, 1937 over central [[Pacific Ocean]] near [[Howland Island]], and declared dead on<br/> January 5, 1939. ...ther, Edwin Earhart, failed. He then took an executive job with the [[Rock Island Railroad]] in Des Moines, [[Iowa]]. Edwin and his wife Amy moved to Des Moi
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  • | location = [[Liberty Island]], [[New York]], [[United States|USA]] | visitation_num = 4,235,595 (includes [[Ellis Island]] National Monument)
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  • ...pansion of the [[British Empire]] with the incorporation of the [[Pitcairn Islands]]. In the public mind, the suspicion remains that the mutineers may have b ...ineers created a "new world for themselves," in this instance on a Pacific Island.<ref>Edward Said, ''Culture and Imperialism.'' (NY: Knopf, 1993), 64</ref>
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  • |city = [[Providence, Rhode Island|Providence]] |state = [[Rhode Island]]
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  • ...us_ref =<ref name="iucn">Cat Specialist Group, [http://www.iucnredlist.org/search/details.php/18868/summ "Puma concolor,"] in 2007 IUCN Red List of Threatene ...p]] are also primary food bases in many areas. A survey of North America research found 68 percent of prey items were ungulates, especially deer. Only the Fl
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  • ...city in the Chūgoku region of western [[Honshū]], the largest of Japan's islands. Hiroshima was founded on the coast of the [[Inland Sea|Seto Inland Sea]] ..., the largest of [[Japan]]'s islands. Hiroshima, whose name means “Broad Island,” is situated on the delta of the Ota River, whose six channels divide it
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  • ...age:Perikles altes Museum.jpg|200px|Bust of Pericles after Cresilas, Altes Museum, Berlin]] |caption= Bust of Pericles after [[Cresilas]], [[Altes Museum]], [[Berlin]]
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  • ...1993). The Wrangel Island mammoths should not be confused with the Channel Islands pygmy mammoth, ''[[Mammuthus exilis]],'' which was a different species. ... By about 100,000 years ago, the woolly mammoth was found from the British Islands through Siberia into North America (ANSP).
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