Listen to the latest Science at AMNH podcast! Since the days of the conquistador Hernán Cortés, rumors have circulated about an ancient White City of immense wealth hidden in the Honduran interior. But it was not until 1940 that hundreds of artifacts surfaced and tantalizing stories of the crumbling walls of this lost city were confirmed. In his new book, The Lost City of the Monkey God: A...
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The Lost City of the Monkey God
See Wonders of the Arctic before it closes on March 2! Explore this glittering world of ice and snow: [ Link ]

Wonders of the Arctic
The next 6-week online Seminars on Science session starts March 20. Register by Monday, March 6 to get access to cutting-edge research, rich content and powerful classroom resources! Plus, earn graduate credit from one of our university partners! Courses include The Brain; Climate Change; Earth: Inside and Out; Evolution; Genetics, Genomics, Genethics; The Ocean System; The Solar System; Water...
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Curious about the adorable slow loris? Join us on March 1 for SciCafe: The Search for Slow Lorises. RSVP for this free event here: [ Link ]
When North American birds migrate south during winter, Cuba is an important rest stop. For some, it’s even the final destination! Meet a few of the species who depend on this island nation during their annual travels: [ Link ]

Animals of Cuba: Snowbirds
LIVE: astronomer Jackie Faherty explains how scientists found the planets of the TRAPPIST-1 system, and how you can search for a planet closer to home. Post your questions below!
LIVE: Adam Watson walks us through the pueblos of Chaco Canyon, sharing research and artifacts from this historic site. Post your questions in the comments below!
TODAY at the Museum: Astrophysicist Jackie Faherty discusses the latest exoplanet discovery at 2 pm in the Hall of the Universe!
Ever wondered if the Museum really comes alive at night? Well, wonder no more! Find out about our A Night at the Museum sleepover program by visiting

AMNH Sleepovers
Join astrophysicist Jackie Faherty tomorrow at 2 pm in the Hall of the Universe to talk about the latest exoplanet discovery!
It takes an extraordinary combination of science, mechanics, and artistry to produce the magical realism of a diorama, which contains three fundamental elements: background painting, foreground, and taxidermy specimens. Scroll through the archival images to take a look into the process of creating one of the Museum's most iconic dioramas—the Alaska Brown Bear. Learn more about the creation of...
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Join us for a Pre-K plus adult workshop to explore a world hidden just out of sight: [ Link ]

BioDiscoveries: Life in a Pond (Pre-K)
Join us on March 11 for a one-day course on climate science and sea level rise. Register here: [ Link ]
Join us after hours for an exclusive evening of family fun. Get tickets today for Family Game Night: [ Link ]

Family Game Night

Want to go on a whale-watching trip without risking seasickness? The Museum’s got you covered with models, videos, and a new giant-screen film coming soon! [ Link ]

Whale Watching at the Museum
Join us for a special weekend workshop for 4th & 5th graders! Learn about the origins of our vertebrate ancestors and explore the evolutionary history of the animals who first had these traits: [ Link ]

PaleoExplorers: Building Vertebrates (Grades 4 and 5)
Need a little relaxation in your Tuesday? Us too. Join us as we take a break under the Museum’s giant blue whale model to chill out and just watch the world go by. Don’t worry, those TPS reports will still be there when you get back.
It's time for #TrilobiteTuesday! Whatever your level of interest in the trilobite world, one thing should become readily apparent: these incredible fossils display a surprising diversity of color. Depending on where they've been found and what minerals have most influenced their fossilization process, the rock-hard shells of these ancient arthropods can appear as black, white, tan, or brown,...
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Learn about what drives the remarkable biodiversity in the lower Congo River in the latest post on the blog: [ Link ]

River Rapids Boost Species Diversity
Explore fantastic stories from more than a century of expeditions that helped build the Museum’s 33 million specimens and artifacts—and find out what scientists are still uncovering about them today: [ Link ] #ShelfLife

Shelf Life