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Empathy and awe: ROM ready to show Trout River blue whale to the world
The bones have been cleaned, degreased, studied and hung at the Royal Ontario Museum in Toronto. Famous blue whale gets own show at Royal Ontario Museum “I kind of lost track in my head a little bit of how big it was,” said Engstrom, the ROM’s senior curator and deputy director of collections and research. Three years after sitting with a knife in a pile of whale guts, Mark Engstrom is ready to unveil the reconstructed creature to the world. Rather than drill through the skeleton and string the bones together, each bone was hung individually to preserve the animal for. “You’re dismembering it bone by bone, and you see all the bones in a pile … I got worried when we put it up that it actually wouldn’t seem so big. Source: PinkWhiteGreen.ca - The Newfoundland Tricolour
On My Meteoric Rise To The Top Ranks Of Nordic Skiing
“Skating isn’t better than classic,” she says. “I love classic skiing. She grew up nordic skiing,. There are two disciplines in nordic skiing. On skate skis, you propel yourself forward with a distinct v-shaped motion, akin to ice skating. If you’re classic skiing, the skis stay parallel and you move forward by kicking down onto a pocket of sticky wax underneath the foot. Classic skiing is the original nordic technique (hence its name), whereas skate skiing has only been around since the early ’80s. In races from world cups down to junior events, both techniques are given equal billing, but newcomers lately seem to... Source: iRunFar: Your Trail Running & Ultramarathon Resource