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Become Lieutenant Jimmy Patterson - star of Medal of Honor amp; Medal of Honor - Frontline - in an untold chapter of his time in Holland as part of Operation Market Garden
Play as Sergeant John Baker, from Medal of Honor Allied Assault Breakthrough, and sabotage German defenses on the Italian coastline, to help the invasion forces crack Hitler's iron hold on Europe
Return to the Ardennes Forest during the Battle of the Bulge to complete unfinished business for the OSS, as Lieutenant William Holt from Medal of Honor European Assault
Up to 8 people can fight together in multiplayer combat -- go online for wargaming with up to 32 players
Quickplay missions allow players to jump right into the action or to create customized mission scenarios for added re-playability
We have lots of fun planned here at the DLC, but check out this great resource from our friends at Lemur Conservation Network! Learn about the history of World Lemur Day, explore virtual and in-person events, download resources for educators, and get inspired about how you can help spread the word about these incredible animals!
World Lemur Day is celebrated each year on the last Friday of October. The World Lemur Festival is celebrated around the world in the weeks surrounding World Lemur Day. In 2021, World Lemur Day will b...
Sometimes it is hard to tell sifakas apart... and then there's Remus!
Remus is one of our most recognizable lemurs for his signature way of seeing the world. When he is curious about what is happening behind him, he finds it easier to look upside-down instead of looking over his shoulder. ... Nike Jordan Mens Max Aura Cq9451
We are jumping for joy this weekend -- the 2021 Mission: Madagascar Gala and the online auction raised more than $150,000!!
Thanks so much to everyone who donated toward our conservation programs in Madagascar. Haven’t made a gift yet? Check out all of our wonderful ways to make a difference by supporting the Lemur Center’s work to protect lemurs and their habitat at lemur.duke.edu/donate! ... Acrimet Facility 3 Tier Letter Tray Side Load Plastic Desktop Fi
We are so thankful to everyone who contributed to our giving challenge to fully fund the Fuel Efficient Stoves project for an ENTIRE YEAR!
These stoves cut charcoal and firewood use by more than half, reduce household air pollution, and save on household budgets. By reducing fuel use, they help reduce the pressure on forests, where trees are extracted at an increasingly rapid pace to meet the growing demands for charcoal. The stoves also offer an opportunity to develop entrepreneurship and diversify household incomes.
James Herrera, Program Coordinator, DLC-SAVA Conservation There has been tremendous interest in fuel-efficient cooking stoves, in Madagascar and among the Lemur Center supporter community. And for goo...
New research on ancient extinctions for your #FossilFriday! Widespread loss of mammalian lineage and dietary diversity in the early Oligocene of Afro-Arabia. Or, when our monkey ancestors almost died! 😧🐵
30 million years ago, it was rough to be a mammal in Africa. Glaciers were building in Antarctica, messing with the climate, super volcanoes were going off in Ethiopia, and extinctions rolled through, changing ecosystems.
We knew there were big changes in North America and Eurasia, but Africa was thought to get through unscathed, possibly because it was closer to the equator and buffered from the worst environmental changes. Using primate, rodent, and hyaenodont Bayesian phylogenies, researchers showed lineage diversity crashed in all three groups across the boundary.
The extinction was hard to detect is because the fossil record in Africa is patchy. Key fossils from the Eocene-Oligocene fossil sites in the Fayum Depression of Egypt that are now housed in the DLC's Division of Fossil Primates helped build trees to bridge the gaps.
We are so excited to share this video of our work in Madagascar!
Filmed and produced in the SAVA region of Madagascar by Malagasy videographer Riccardo Morrelas and his Zahava Productions team, this 10 minute video offers a first-hand look at the forests, people, and lemurs that make Madagascar such an incredible island.
For the last 10 years, the DLC-SAVA conservation team has been preserving the natural biodiversity of Madagascar — especially its charismatic lemurs — by empowering local communities to be conservation leaders. Learn more about the project and how you can help at lemur.duke.edu/protect. ... Body Glide for Her Moisturizing Anti Chafe Balm Stick (for Canad