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.
Each day next week, a farm from one of New York City's five boroughs will serve tasty snacks, from corn salad to garlic-mustard pesto, in the working kitchen of the exhibition Our Global Kitchen: Food, Nature, Culture.
Extended! The Doodle 4 Google presentation at the Museum will be on display through Monday, September 2.