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Ana Luz Porzecanski, conservation biologist and co-curator of ¡Cuba!, answers kids' questions in this video interview. #amnh_cuba
It's time for #TrilobiteTuesday! Judging by the variety of lethal-looking bite marks and healed injuries that frequently adorn their fossilized exoskeletons, it seems safe to say that life as a trilobite presented some daunting challenges. Such stark evidence, as shown on this Bathyuriscus fimbriatus from the Middle Cambrian of Utah, offers emphatic proof that the primal seas in which these...
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LIVE: PhD student Allison Bronson takes us through the Museum's fossil shark collections. Post your questions about these ancient predators below.
Create your own work of art during a painting course at the Museum. Register today to learn about the history and craftsmanship behind world-class dioramas: [ Goo.gl Link ]

Painting the Natural World

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Origami, the practice of paperfolding, is a great activity for people of all ages. Explore the Origami Holiday Tree: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Origami Holiday Tree

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These beautiful Polymita land snails, known as painted snails for their colorful shells, are found only in eastern Cuba, including throughout Alejandro de Humboldt National Park. The park, which stretches from the mountains to the sea, is among the most biologically diverse island sites on the planet. Cuba is home to at least 1,400 land snail species, more than 90 percent of which are found...
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¡Cuba!

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Visit the Museum this holiday season to see one of New York’s most beloved displays, the Origami Holiday Tree! [ Bit.ly Link ]

Origami Holiday Tree

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Fossilized dinosaur bones, eggs, and feathers offer clear signs that these extinct animals and living birds are tightly linked. But this kinship, on display in Dinosaurs Among Us, goes much deeper. High-tech views inside fossils and close study of birds and their closest living relatives, crocodiles, reveal the inside story: some features of the insides of dinosaurs were a lot like the insides...
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Dinosaur Brains and Lungs

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Have you ever dreamed of spending a night at the Musuem? 2017 dates are now posted: [ Bit.ly Link ]

AMNH Sleepovers

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You never forget your first discovery. Download the new Explorer: [ Bit.ly Link ]
Celebrate #FossilFriday with Stegosaurus! Stegosaurus plates have grooves for blood vessels, indicating that they were covered with skin when the animal was alive. These plates were probably used in display or species recognition, much like the horns of many modern animals, including deer and antelope: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Stegosaurus

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Tune in to Science at AMNH and learn more about What a Fish Knows: [ Bit.ly Link ]
"In the American imagination, Cuba evokes a scant handful of trademark sights and sounds: sugar cane, rum, 1950s Fords and Chevys, the Buena Vista Social Club. Cigars, of course. And for the last half-century and more, Fidel Castro. But the island — or islands, more than 4,000 of them — is also a great natural theater... It embraces mangrove swamps, scrubland, savannas, forests and spectacular...
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Sure, It’s Castro and Cigars, but Cuba Is Coral and Crocodiles, Too

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The hand-colored lantern slides shown in this collection range in topic from scenes in the Museum to newly arrived families at Ellis Island - offering a view into the history of science as well as the history of New York City. These beautifully colored images detail the art behind this fascinating photographic process and showcase for future generations science and culture from over a century...
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AMNH Digital Special Collections | Lantern Slides

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Featuring exquisite renderings of enigmatic cosmic phenomena, seminal scientific instruments, and spectacular scenes in deep space, the Hayden Planetarium Space Show Dark Universe celebrates the pivotal discoveries that have led us to greater knowledge of the structure and history of the universe and our place in it—and to new frontiers for exploration: [ Bit.ly Link ]

About Dark Universe

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How did feathered dinosaurs finally take to the air? When did they become birds? This dramatic transition didn't happen all at once, as Dinosaurs Among Us demonstrates. The evolution of feathers and flight-ready brains was just the beginning. And those awkward in-between stages include some of the most fascinating animals that ever lived: bushy, feathered tyrannosaurs; birds with lizard-like...
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Dinosaur Feathers to Bird Flight

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LIVE Welcome to a painting lesson with Museum art instructor Eric Hamilton. Post your questions in the comments below. Register today to take a painting course at the Museum: [ Bit.ly Link ]
In this glittering world of ice and snow, polar bears tussle, huskies howl, and narwhals dive within the turquoise waters. See "Wonders of the Arctic" in 2D and 3D at the Museum: [ Bit.ly Link ]

Wonders of the Arctic

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