Spiders are important predators, and they employ an amazing array of techniques to capture prey.
Jack Tseng, a postdoctoral fellow in the Division of Paleontology, blogs about a day in the life of a paleontologist during an expedition to Inner Mongolia.
Arachnophobes and ’philes alike will get a kick out of the spectacular spiders featured in the live animal exhibition Spiders Alive!
The American Museum of Natural History Library has received a grant of $16,380 from the National Film Preservation Foundation to preserve the Great Gull Island Film Collection. The three films in this series offer a glimpse into the life work of AMNH Ornithologist, Helen Hays.
Jack Tseng, in the Division of Paleontology at the American Museum of Natural History, is blogging from an expedition to Inner Mongolia.
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