Ten diminutive, colorful dart-poison frog species are featured in a lively vivarium in the Museum’s live-animal exhibition Frogs: A Chorus of Colors, now open at the Museum. Get to know a few!
On Thursday, August 8, Muslims mark the end of the holy month of Ramadan with the holiday of Eid al-Fitr. In many homes, a fabulous feast is prepared, celebrating the end of Ramadan’s dawn-to-sunset fasting.
Odd as it may seem, a four-footed land mammal named Pakicetus, living some 50 million years ago in what we know as Pakistan today, bears the title of “first whale.” Learn more in Whales: Giants of the Deep, now on view at the Museum.
Bright, tiny, and toxic, Central and South American dart-poison frogs, including the golden poison frog, anchor the exhibition Frogs: A Chorus of Colors, now open at the Museum.