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Read a report from Jeffrey Bartholet, on assignment for NGM, who just visited Saqqara, where looters had swarmed last week.
A group of mandrills at a zoo regularly cover their eyes, possibly an example of a cultural development.
Look to the southwest just after sunset this weekend to see the start of a celestial driveby.