Witness the Human Odyssey at California Academy of Sciences

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Human Odyssey at California Academy of Sciences

Did you know that humans almost went extinct 90,000 to 70,000 years ago? Learn about that close call, and the milestones which dot our species’ evolutionary history as you explore the origins of humanity. Following the clues that scientists use to investigate our past, you’ll discover why the 7 billion people on the planet today are much more alike than you might think.

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San Francisco Frequently Asked Questions: What Can I Do With My Family When I Visit San Francisco?

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Conservatory of Flowers
What Can I Do with My Family While I Visit San Francisco? Zherr-Anne from the San Francisco Visitor Information Center answers this week's question.
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Give Back with Your Next San Francisco-inspired Meeting or Event

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Aquarium of the Bay
San Francisco is a city rich in both history and potential. It boasts a variety of venues anchored in cultural legacy yet heavily invested in the promise of tomorrow. These historical sites and institutions have been built, renovated and maintained on strong ecological principles with an aesthetic eye toward sustaining and supporting the landscapes and ecosystems that make the area so unforgettable.
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Why These Two Neighborhoods Need To Be On Your Bucket List

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If you want to to visit and explore some of San Francisco‘s best-kept secrets, then you better spend some time in the Sunset and Richmond. These two most Western neighborhoods surrounding the grandiose Golden Gate Park are full of hidden hotspot waiting to be discovered. From basking on the beach to binging on authentic cuisine, allow us to take you on a special tour of the undiscovered Sunset and Richmond districts.
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