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Process That Might Have Lead to First Organic Molecules New research could have relevance to search for extraterrestrial life. September 8, 2020 Mastodons Took Frequent Trips North When Climate Changed New ancient DNA study finds that northern mastodon populations were less genetically diverse and more vulnerable to extinction. September 1, 2020 Reopening Announcement In anticipation of reopening, the Museum announces new operating days and hours and ticketing procedures. July 31, 2020 Growing Up Trilobite New study describes growth rate of one of the most common and abundant trilobites. July 15, 2020 Tiny Ancient Relative of Dinosaurs and Pterosaurs Discovered New study suggests a miniaturized origin for some of the largest animals ever to live on earth. July 6, 2020 AMNH Requests the Equestrian Statue on Central Park West Be Moved The Museum has requested that the Equestrian Statue, which sits on NYC public park land in front of its entrance, be moved. June 21, 2020 First Dinosaurs Laid Soft-Shelled Eggs New study suggests that hard-shelled eggs evolved at least three times in dinosaur family tree. June 17, 2020 AMNH Launches Ology Science App for Kids New iPad app offers fun and educational science games and resources for children of all ages. June 16, 2020 AMNH Launches New Virtual Field Trips New virtual field trips for online classroom or at-home learning. June 8, 2020 Shining Light on Sleeping Cataclysmic Binaries Study supports contested 35-year old predictions, shows that observable novae are just "tip of the iceberg". March 25, 2020 Is Niagara Falls a Barrier Against Fish Movement? Study shows that fishes above and below Niagara Falls are unlikely to interbreed. March 24, 2020 Mosaic Evolution Painted Lorikeets a Rainbow of Color A new study examines how color evolved in one of the flashiest groups of parrots—Australasian lorikeets. February 26, 2020
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