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SubTropolis, U.S.A. - Steve Nadis - The Atlantic

SubTropolis, U.S.A.

SubTropolis, U. - The Atlantic. "A large chunk of Kansas City’s real estate lies 100 feet below ground, and offers a creative solution to global warming.

Thylacine - This photo was taken only a few years ago. They were marsupials, nocturnal, and a light brownish color with dark brownish red stripes. They had an over sized mouth with a huge span, larger than most mammals have and a fairly odd build. They have been officially extinct since 1936 due to over hunting, but there have been supposed sightings of them from time to time,

Perry Sumner, a biologist with the North Carolina Wildlife Resources Commission, said it's likely a red fox with a rare genetic condition known as Sampson, an abnormality in which the animal lacks a layer of fur called guard hair.

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of Negro Leagues Baseball Museum - TripAdvisor

Negro Leagues Baseball Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of Negro Leagues Baseball Museum - TripAdvisor

National World War I Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of National World War I Museum - TripAdvisor

National World War I Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of National World War I Museum - TripAdvisor

Topeka ballpark, circa 1910. Postcard features a game in progress at the ballpark located near the current intersection of 15th and Adams. The ballpark opened in 1904 as a venue for Topeka's minor league team. (Kansas Historical Society.)

Topeka ballpark, circa Postcard features a game in progress at the ballpark located near the current intersection of and Adams. The ballpark opened in 1904 as a venue for Topeka's minor league team.

National World War I Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of National World War I Museum - TripAdvisor

National World War I Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of National World War I Museum - TripAdvisor

National World War I Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of National World War I Museum - TripAdvisor

National World War I Museum - Kansas City - Reviews of National World War I Museum - TripAdvisor

Orange Line portal outbound at Chinatown

Go to the front of the outbound Orange Line s

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