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Everybody poops, but not every zoo makes an exhibit about it, except when the San Francisco Zoo opened “The Scoop On Poop,” covering everything you ever wanted–or didn’t want– to know about animal and human excrement.
The Bay Area ranks nearly dead last on a new ranking of “Bible-Minded” cities, based on residents’ frequency of Bible reading and their belief in the accuracy of the Bible.
The sea lions’ occupation of Pier 39′s docks now enters its 24th year of delighting tourists and frustrating fisherman, as marked by a ceremony today centered on a new Sea Lion Center.
It takes quite a scene for joggers, tourists, and late-for-the morning-board-meeting business execs fleeing their ferries to stop dead in their tracks on the Embarcadero, but a lone seagull trying to eat half its weight in banana had just that effect Thursday.
Gray whales migrating south for winter are now passing the San Francisco Bay Area, and rangers at Point Reyes National Seashore observed 41 whales last Sunday, and another 25 Friday.
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- Eye On The Bay: Celebrating 150 Years Of Saint Mary’s College 03/05/2013