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Blog Post Velociraptor Had Feathers   November 28, 2007 Blog Post Celebrating The 150th Anniversary Of On The Origin Of Species   October 15, 2009 Blog Post New Research Shows Dolphin By-Catch Includes Genetic Relatives Genetics of Net Entanglement Has Implications for Small Cetacean Conservation December 1, 2010 Blog Post New Discoveries in North America's Great Plains Bring Ammonites to Life Insight Into Ammonite Life History From Well-Preserved "Oases in Water" November 1, 2010 Blog Post The New T. Rex: A leech With an Affinity For Noses New Genus and Species of Leech Discovered By Doctors in Amazonian Perú August 3, 2010 Blog Post Researchers Recover an Ancient Nova Modern astronomers have identified the location of the binary star that produced a nova eruption recorded in 1437 by Korea’s Royal... August 30, 2017 Blog Post Early Trilobites Had Stomachs, New Fossil Study Shows New insights into the trilobite’s digestive system. September 21, 2017 Blog Post Ammonite Jaws Help to Reconstruct Ancient Temperatures Scientists at the American Museum of Natural History and Stony Brook University have demonstrated a new way to calculate the temperature... January 30, 2014 Blog Post Using Snake Venom Protein to Fight Cancer While “snake oil” is shorthand for false cure, snake venom may have real healing power. At March 7’s SciCafe, From Poison to Panacea:... March 1, 2012 Blog Post Q&A: Curator Nancy Simmons on Her New Bat Book Curator Nancy Simmons talks about how technology is improving fieldwork, the process of writing her new book, and some of her favorite... March 9, 2015 Blog Post Ph.D. Profile: Stephanie Loria A Queens native whose studies at the Museum began in high school, Loria returned to get her doctorate at the Richard Gilder Graduate... October 14, 2016 Blog Post Field Journal: How to Collar A Bear To understand how bears and humans live together, we have to first learn where the bears are, says Dr. Rae Wynn-Grant. July 21, 2016