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Researchers Sequence First Bedbug Genome Scientists have assembled the first complete genome of one of humanity’s oldest, and least-loved, companions: the bedbug. The new... February 2, 2016 Tiny Australian Leech Named for Best-selling Author Amy Tan Museum researchers have named a new leech after best-selling author Amy Tan based on an innovative method for peering inside soft-bodied... January 21, 2016 The American Museum of Natural History Announces New Exhibition Dinosaurs Among Us Dinosaurs Among Us will examine how one group of dinosaurs evolved into the fascinating living creatures we call birds. The exhibition... January 20, 2016 The Titanosaur Main Release Generations of visitors have flocked to see the renowned blue whale and iconic Tyrannosaurus rex at the American Museum of Natural... January 14, 2016 Fossil Wasp Galls From La Brea Tar Pits Indicate Little Change in Southern California Habitats Since Ice Age The La Brea Tar Pits, the world’s richest Ice Age fossil site, is famous for saber-toothed cats, mammoths, and giant sloths, but... November 9, 2015 The Secret World Inside You Opens at the American Museum of Natural History Opening on November 7, 2015, The Secret World Inside You, a special exhibition from the American Museum of Natural History, uses... November 5, 2015 Foot Fossils of Human Relative Illustrate the Evolutionary "Messiness" of Bipedal Walking The feet of extinct human relative Homo naledi were its most human-like feature - but weren't used to walk like us. October 6, 2015 Biologists Integrate Unmanned Aircraft Technology in Long-standing Canadian Wildlife Study In a portion of Manitoba, Canada, so remote you have to fly in by helicopter, a research team led by the University of North Dakota... September 29, 2015 Gigantic Dinosaur Inspires New Permanent Exhibit at the American Museum of Natural History Generations of visitors have flocked to see the renowned blue whale and iconic Tyrannosaurus rex, among other fossil dinosaurs, at... September 25, 2015 Polar Bears May Survive the Ice Melt, With or Without Seals As climate change accelerates ice melt in the Arctic, polar bears may find caribou and snow geese replacing seals as an important... September 4, 2015 AMNH Announces The Secret World Inside You This fall, the American Museum of Natural History presents The Secret World Inside You, a special exhibition that explores the rapidly... August 17, 2015 Live Butterflies Return to Enchant Visitors at the American Museum of Natural History The Butterfly Conservatory: Tropical Butterflies Alive in Winter, an annual favorite visited by millions of children and adults,... August 13, 2015
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