This year, the Center for Biodiversity and Conservation (CBC) at the American Museum of Natural History celebrates 20 years dedicated to mitigating critical threats to global biodiversity.
We have a winner of March Mammal Madness! With more than 4,600 voting in the final round for the nickname for our hypothetical placental ancestor, the winner is...
Today marks the 176th anniversary of the birth of noted naturalist John Burroughs (1837-1921), a canonical figure in American nature writing, friend of Theodore Roosevelt, and key voice in the early 20th-century nature study and conservation movements.
This is it—the final matchup. We started with 32 potential names for our hypothetical placental ancestor. Now we’re down to two: Mancestor and Shrëwdinger. Which will it be? It’s your decision. Cast your vote now and give this creature a name!