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7 baby bison to join herd at GG Park  Golden Gate Park: Mayor Ed Lee, the SF Zoo and the parks and recreation department are determined to replenish the park's herd and renovate the bison paddock New Exploratorium site has challenges. SF Downtown Rare bird, chicks spotted in SF park   SF Bayview: A pair of California clapper rails, whose populations were decimated, and their two chicks were seen this month in Heron's Head Park Exploratorium building new space. SF Downtown Snakes coming to Academy of Sciences   Golden Gate Park: The 'summer of slither' opens next week - a new exhibition of giant snakes and lizards -- crucial cogs in the eco-system, and to many, just ... SF Zoo adopts tiger from Nebraska  10-year-old Siberian Tiger, Martha, is expected to arrive by truck in early June 2011 though she will undergo a health screening Another Dead Whale Found In SF Bay Scientists To Band Falcons On Highrise. SF Downtown Program helps kids find carbon impact  A new pilot project is incorporating GPS-equipped cell phones and Facebook to help students learn about their impact on the environment Academy Of Sciences Reopening  Golden Gate Park: Thousands of visitors attended the much-anticipated reopening of California Academy of Sciences, some waiting in line as early as 5:30 a.m. New Calif. Academy of Sciences opens
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B. 2014-06-27 Sea lion disappear from Fisherman's Wharf Pier 39, Fishermans Wharf
C. 2014-05-07 SF Zoo officials reveal new red panda's name SF Zoo
D. 2014-05-01 San Francisco Zoo welcomes 10-month-old red panda SF Zoo
4. 2013-11-22 Celebrity in science visits Lincoln High Abraham Lincoln High School, SF Sunset
F. 2013-08-15 Exploratorium cuts 18% of staff as attendance lags SF Downtown
G. 2013-07-27 Penguin chicks graduate from fish school at SF Zoo SF Zoo
2013-04-17 Exploratorium Moves to San Francisco's Embarcadero Pier 15, SF Downtown
8. 2013-01-21 School for boys to lease Exploratorium SF Marina
J. 2012-03-07 Gray whale spotted near Crissy Field Crissy Field, SF Presidio

School for boys to lease Exploratorium  SF Marina: The Exploratorium will be leased by the Town School for Boys, a private school in Pacific Heights, for a year while the school is renovated Gray whale spotted near Crissy Field Map of Crissy Field San Francisco
Sea lion disappear from Fisherman's Wharf Map of Pier 39 San Francisco  Fishermans Wharf: The buzz of marine life - represented for two decades by the loud barks of hundreds of sea lions and the oohs and aahs of tourists - was absent SF Zoo officials reveal new red panda's name  Zoo officials have revealed that the new 10-month-old male red panda will be named 'Tenzing'. The name comes from the famous Sherpa mountain... San Francisco Zoo welcomes 10-month-old red panda  SF Zoo: The red panda has arrived along with a new enclosure and a custom-made treehouse made by Pete Nelson and his crew from Animal Planet's hit show Celebrity in science visits Lincoln High   SF Sunset: Douglas Osheroff gives a presentation about his field of study in physics to a group of students at Abraham Lincoln High School Exploratorium cuts 18% of staff as attendance lags  SF Downtown: The science museum, has decided to eliminate 80 paid positions after attendance since it opened at its waterfront location reached only half Penguin chicks graduate from fish school at SF Zoo  An annual rite of passage took place at the San Francisco Zoo on Saturday. The zoo provided pictures from the 'March of the Penguins' Exploratorium Moves to San Francisco's Embarcadero Map of Pier 15 San Francisco

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  SF Downtown: The new Exploratorium is opening at Pier 15 at the heart of the city's waterfront with three times more space for hands-on, interactive exhibits

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  SF Presidio: A gray whale has been spotted in the San Francisco Bay near Crissy Field Wednesday,

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  Golden Gate Park: The Academy reopened to the public after more than 10 years of planning and construction. The new $488 million building substitutes the old facility
 The old building was seriously damaged in the 1989 Loma Prieta earthquake
Jan.23 Rescued bird is magnificent frigatebird  A giant tropical bird is being nursed back to health in an animal rescue center. Experts identify the bird as a magnificent frigatebird.

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Apr.6 Webcam Views Falcons In High Rise. SF Downtown Mar.28 1906 Quake Simulation Unveiled
  Scientists with USGS, Livermore lab and Stanford unveiled several simulations recreating the 1906 earthquake Feb.25 New Maps Pinpoint Quake Risks  A new map shows that the land alongside rivers and streams is more dangerous

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Dec.19 New Female Tiger
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Nov.17 Grizzly Bears Debut  SF Zoo: The 18-month-old sisters were captured in Montana. Their new home includes a 10,000 square foot enclosure May.7 First-ever gorilla lung surgery
. SF Zoo Mar.7   37-year-old elephant euthanized
  SF Zoo: Staff veterinarians euthanized a female Asian elephant named Calle because of her deteriorating health
Mar.5 38-year-old elephant to be euthanized. SF Zoo

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Nov.18 Oldest captive fish in country turn 65
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  SF Sunset: Scientists tried to preserve the rarely seen mammal's skull and a fin

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Aug.28 Tall Ships Sail Into Bay. Golden Gate Bridge Aug.8 Grove donates $5m to stem cell program  Intel: Intel chairman announced a matching grant plan to reinvigorate the UCSF human embryonic stem cell program

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