In 1923, in Inner Mongolia, a young paleontological assistant on a fossil-finding expedition came upon “the superb skull of a gigantic beast,” as expedition leader Roy Chapman Andrews described it. It was the skull of Andrewsarchus, a cast of which on the Museum's fourth floor.
From now through Sunday, June 30, chefs and small-batch companies in the working kitchen of Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture will be serving jams, jellies, and marmalades.
A new display in the Grand Gallery on the Museum’s first floor includes of some of the oldest fossils on exhibit.
If you’ve ever been curious about where the monarch butterflies disappear to in the winter, don’t miss the film Flight of the Butterflies, playing in the LeFrak IMAX Theater for just one more month, through Sunday, July 7.