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Saber-toothed Cats's Canines Took Years to Grow New research shows that the fearsome teeth of the saber-toothed cat Smilodon fatalis fully emerged at a later age than those of modern... July 1, 2015 Study Takes Close Look at Formidable Camel Spider Jaws For the first time, researchers have created a visual atlas and dictionary of terms for the many strange features on the fearsome-looking... June 22, 2015 Scarlet Macaw Skeletons Point to Early Emergence of Pueblo Hierarchy New work on the skeletal remains of scarlet macaws found in an ancient Pueblo settlement indicates that social and political hierarchies... June 22, 2015 Tiger-spray DNA Shown as Valuable Conservation Tool Conservation scientists have demonstrated a new technique to non-invasively survey tigers using their scent sprays, which are detected... June 18, 2015 Spiders Alive! Returns to the American Museum of Natural History Back by popular demand at the American Museum of Natural History, Spiders Alive! is a comprehensive look at the fascinating and complex... June 16, 2015 Building Better Skull Models For Ancient Carnivores New modeling and tests based on living species done at the American Museum of Natural History show that the link between animal diets... April 29, 2015 Planet Formation Relied on Sweeping up of Small Glassy Beads New research proposes that chondrules, small glassy beads that make up the bulk of the most primitive meteorites, played a crucial... April 17, 2015 Life at the Limits: Stories of Amazing Species Life at the Limits: Stories of Amazing Species, a new exhibition opening April 4 at the American Museum of Natural History in the... March 31, 2015 Solving the Darwinian Mystery of "Strange" South American Mammals Scientists have resolved pieces of a nearly 200-year-old evolutionary puzzle surrounding the group of mammals that Charles Darwin... March 18, 2015 Crocs Rocked Pre-Amazonian Peru Thirteen million years ago, as many as seven different species of crocodiles hunted in the swampy waters of what is now northeastern... February 24, 2015 Sea Urchins, Sand Dollars Thrived with Time A new study about echinoids—marine animals like sea urchins and sand dollars—gives scientists a reason to rethink a classical pattern... February 23, 2015 Countdown to Zero: Defeating Disease on View at AMNH Opening at the American Museum of Natural History on January 13, Countdown to Zero: Defeating Disease explores the factors that determine... January 13, 2015
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