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Blog Post Happy Birthday, Roy Chapman Andrews! Interested in Roy Chapman Andrews's adventurous life? Here are some ways to learn more. January 26, 2014 Blog Post David Gruber on Microscopic Glowing Aliens Friday, March 02 9:18 am Curator John Sparks is blogging weekly about the upcoming exhibition, Creatures of Light, which opens on Saturday, March 31. This... March 2, 2012 Blog Post Animal Drawing: Q&A with Diorama Artist Steve Quinn When night falls on Thursdays at the Museum, a group of people carrying sketchpads and charcoal enters the doors and heads to the... February 23, 2012 Blog Post Giant Platypus? Newly Discovered Fossil Tooth Reveals Largest Platypus on Record While an undergraduate, Museum graduate student Rebecca Pian and her colleagues and advisers found the tooth of what is, so far,... November 13, 2013 Blog Post Passenger Pigeons: Gone Today but Once Abundant The Passenger Pigeon, Ectopistes migratorius, was once so abundant that migrating flocks passing overhead could darken the sky for... February 18, 2014 Blog Post New Book from the Museum: Extraordinary Birds Learn more about our sumptuously illustrated new book Extraordinary Birds: Rare Book Selections from the American Museum of Natural... February 27, 2014 Blog Post New Research: Bat Malaria Parasites Linked with Rodents Research by an international research team co-led by the Museum shows a surprising diversity of malaria parasites in West African... October 7, 2013 Blog Post Women’s History Month at the Museum To honor Women’s History Month this March, we’ll be bringing you stories of the women who helped to shape the American Museum of... March 3, 2015 Blog Post Making Climate Change Personal in On the Nature of Things A new dance choreographed specifically for the Milstein Hall of Ocean Life aims to bring the implications of climate disruption home. March 12, 2015 Blog Post Fossils Link Caribbean Bat Extinction to Humans, Not Climate Change A major change in climate after the end of the last ice age was not the primary cause of extinction of Caribbean bats, a new study... January 26, 2015 Article Museum Collections Help Identify Four New Species of Bees in New York City Researchers have uncovered four new species of bees in New York City, one of which has an especially fitting name: Lasioglossum gotham.... November 30, 2011 Article Ancient Indian Amber Preserves 52-million-year-old Biological Partnership A rare fossil discovered by an international team of scientists that includes Museum researchers documents a biological partnership... December 21, 2011