A team led by paleobiologist Natalia Rybczynski of the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa found roughly 30 fragments of a camel's lower leg bone on Ellesmere Island in the Canadian Arctic.
What does CMN stand for?
CMN stands for Canadian Museum of Nature
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- Condensed Matter and Materials Theory
- Citra Metro Manila Tollways Corporation (Philippines)
- Cache/Memory Management Unit
- Certified Master Mortgage Underwriter (National Association of Mortgage Underwriters)
- College of Management, Mahidol University (Thailand)
- Communications and Memory Management Unit (computer chip)
- Carnegie Mellon Model United Nations Conference
- Certified Money Management Volunteer
- Cowpea Mild Mottle Virus
- Call Me Now
- Cantel Industries, Inc (stock symbol)
- Carrières de la Montagne Noire (French: Career of the Black Mountain; est.1956)
- Casablanca, Morocco - Mohamed V (Airport Code)
- Catalogue des Manuscrits Notés des Bibliothèques Publiques de France (French: Catalogue of Rated Manuscripts of Public Libraries in France)
- Catholic Music Network
- Centre de Médecine Naturelle de Spa (French: Natural Medicine and Spa Center; Belgium)
- Centre des Monuments Nationaux (French: National Monuments Center)
- Centre Maritime de Nantes (French: Maritime Centre of Nantes; Nantes, France)
- Cepstral Mean Normalization (algorithm)
- Certificate of Medical Necessity
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Before voting, visitors to the Canadian Museum of Nature in the past month could view the fossils in their "jackets" of burlap, plaster and surrounding rock material.
CAPTION(S): HEADING SOUTH An artist's impression of a giant camel issued by the Canadian Museum of Nature following publication of the new research
Both curators of minerals, Grice is at the Canadian Museum of Nature in Ottawa, and Johnsen at the University of Copenhagen's Geological Museum.