On September 1, 1914, Martha, the last-known living Passenger Pigeon died at the Cincinnati Zoo. Her death, at 29 after a lifetime in captivity, marked the disappearance of her once-abundant species from the world.
Spend this Labor Day weekend at the Museum exploring the biodiversity of life.
Mollusks are generally characterized as having a soft body, commonly protected by a limy exoskeleton. If you head to the beach this Labor Day weekend look for these exoskeletons.
Arachnophobes and ’philes alike will get a kick out of the spectacular spiders featured in the live animal exhibition Spiders Alive!