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Blog Post Improv at the Museum: Story Pirates Q&A On Saturday, February 4, the Story Pirates, a media and arts group that celebrates the words and ideas of young authors throu... Blog Post Ask a Paleontologist: How Did Dinosaurs Reproduce? A video series on amnh.tv delves into the topic of dinosaurs, which arose some 230 million years ago and thrived until large... Blog Post Whales Tweetup with Scientific American on May 1 On Wednesday, May 1, at 6:30 pm, followers of @AMNH and Scientific American (@SciAm) on Twitter are invited to explore Whales... Video Genes and Health: Moving Beyond Race Human ancestry informs the study of modern diseases. Video Synopsis   Video Synopsis   Research Lessons in Conservation: Volume VI Volume VI showcases conservation challenges and solutions in Madagascar, and includes materials in French developed with our... Educator Materials Bringing the Stories Together How mundane or ordinary aspects of daily life can lead to environmental issues by disrupting ecological function, in this cas... Audio 2015 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate with Neil deGrasse Tyson: Water, Water Listen in on a discussion between a panel of experts, hosted and moderated by Neil deGrasse Tyson, Frederick P. Rose Director... Educator Materials Transformation of Biosphere: Damage to Soils and Fresh Waters It's not surprising that the larger the world's population grows, the more fresh water we consume. But what is surprising is... Educator Materials Which Map's the Best Map? As a miniature model of the Earth, a globe is the most accurate representation of our planet. Yet it's not what most scientis... Educator Materials Understanding Exploration Compass, dog sled, telephone, computer, Global Positioning System (GPS)—which of these technological advances has made the bi...