From a breathtaking sunset, to extraordinary pterosaurs and nearly invisible natural phenomena, there is lots to see and do at the Museum this weekend.
A toad native to Asia has been found on the east coast of Madagascar, a discovery that conservation scientists say threatens the biodiversity of the island’s unique fauna.
Today, Curator Darrel Frost is featured in a story in The New York Times that highlights his work on the amphibian catalog—and in which he explains why giant tortoises, who for years have lived in a special enclosure next to his office at the Museum, can have a calming effect.
In the city this holiday weekend? There’s much to see and discover at the Museum.