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  • What do a glow-in-the-dark billboard, a scientist, and a sea turtle all have in common? Find out in the video below—then visit the Museum’s special exhibition, Unseen Oceans!

      

  • Did you know that our fossil mammal collection is the largest collection of its type in the WORLD – and that it’s even bigger than our dinosaur collection? See just a portion of it as we go behind the scenes for Fossil Friday, and tell us where you’re watching from in the comments!

      

  • Butterflies aren't born as we recognize them–they go through a process called metamorphosis to change from a caterpillar to a chrysalis to an adult butterfly. 

See live butterflies, moths, and chrysalises at the American Museum of Natural History's Butterfly Conservatory, open now.

      

  • We're LIVE with PhD candidate Melissa Ingala to talk about bats and their microbiome! Post your chiropteran questions in the comments!

      

  • Climate Change Resilience: Preparing For Power Loss

      

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  • We're live with conservation scientist Anthony Caragiulo to see how he uses cat scat to track big cats! 🐆

      

  • Backyard Wilderness Trailer

      

  • Lie Beneath the Museum's Iconic Blue Whale

      

  • 2018 Margaret Mead Film Festival Trailer

      

  • Why Isn’t a Pterodactyl a Dinosaur?

      

  • Prospecting with Carl Mehling

      

What do a glow-in-the-dark billboard, a scientist, and a sea turtle all have in common? Find out in the video below—then visit the Museum’s special exhibition, Unseen Oceans!

 

 

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