Joining Date: 2008-05-22
2018 Margaret Mead Film Festival Trailer
Climate Change Resilience: Cooling an Urban Heat Island
Space Volcanoes - Shelf Life 360
Skylight: Mars's Closest Approach In 15 Years
Why are Fossil Shark Skeletons So Rare?
How Corals Hold Centuries of Ocean Climate Data
We're live with conservation scientist Anthony Caragiulo to see how he uses cat scat to track big cats! 🐆
New exhibition at the Museum! In 2D/3D film Backyard Wilderness, follow a young girl who discovers the intricate secrets nature has hidden close to her front door. This stunning film reveals animals in rare and breathtaking detail. Backyard Wilderness also reminds us that Wi-Fi is not the only connection that matters, and that sometimes in ordinary places you can uncover extraordinary things with the potential to transform you forever—you just need to step outside.
Have a relaxing Friday morning underneath the Museum's iconic blue whale!
Did you know the Museum has hosted the Margaret Mead Film Festival since 1977? This year's theme reflects stories of resilience—portraits of strength and action by people who are rising up, breaking new ground, and pushing their communities forward. Check out the trailer below, and reserve your festival passes today! Event details: https://goo.gl/zj4dw8
Are Pterodactyls and other pterosaurs considered dinosaurs? There are flying dinosaurs, right? And what are dimetrodon and plesiosaurs? Paleontologist Danny Barta explains what a dinosaur is, and is not!
Senior Museum Specialist Carl Mehling is in Wyoming on a dinosaur dig! Watch a clip of him prospecting, and ask all your dino questions—Carl will be typing responses from the field for the next 30 minutes!
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