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Blog Post Museum Joins New York Genome Center The American Museum of Natural History has become an associate member of the New York Genome Center (NYGC), an independent non-profit... September 12, 2013 Educator Materials Horse Resources Explore the free resources below to learn more about the topics in The Horse before and after your visit. Audio SciCafe: When Black Holes Collide Barnard College professor and astronomer Janna Levin shares her scientific research on the first recordings of a gravitational wave... December 29, 2016 Blog Post New Species of Snail-Eating Snakes Discovered in Ecuador and Peru Modified jaws let these snakes slurp their favorite food. June 14, 2018 Blog Post Discovering the Golden Poison Frog Bright, tiny, and toxic, Central and South American dart-poison frogs, including the golden poison frog, anchor the exhibition Frogs:... August 6, 2013 Educator Professional Learning Denton Ebel, Course Author Denton Ebel is a course author for Seminars on Science, the Museum's online professional learning program for educators. article Episode 15: The Guts and Glory of Object Conservation In the Museum’s Objects Conservation Laboratory, walrus intestines, birch bark, and reindeer hide are all in a day’s work for conservators... Blog Post Largest Dinosaur Foot Ever Found Belonged to Brachiosaurus Relative New research on a 1-meter-wide “Bigfoot” fossil foot found in Wyoming also confirms that these sauropods inhabited a larger region... July 24, 2018 Article News Page     Physical Sciences REU 2015 Awardees     Wetland Dynamics & Flamingo Habitat Use in the Andean Plateau     Dinosaur Feathers Scientists think that many dinosaur species sported primitive feathers—precursors to those birds use to fly, court mates, and more.