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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 r... Blog Post Cold-blooded and Clear-blooded Learn how icefish survive the near-freezing waters of the Antarctic in Life at the Limits. Blog Post Curious Collections: Chocolate Pots from Chaco Canyon More than 100 years after joining the Museum’s archaeological collection, a remarkable set of 11th-century pottery excavated... Blog Post The Immortal Jellyfish This tiny jellyfish may have discovered the secret to eternal life, in a manner of speaking. Blog Post Three Intriguing Species from Curator John Sparks One of the curators of Life at the Limits shares his favorite species from the exhibit and his fieldwork. Blog Post Fossil Sharks, Ammonites Among Additions to Paleo Collection Thanks to a major donation from Ohio University, 15,000 pounds of marine fossils hundreds of millions years old recently have... Article News Page     Physical Sciences REU 2015 Awardees     Wetland Dynamics & Flamingo Habitat Use in the Andean Plateau   Event Seeing Into the Future: A Visionary New Space Telescope Join us for the debut of the new report From Cosmic Birth to Living Earths, The Future of UVOIR (Ultraviolet, Optical and Inf... Monday July 6, 2015 Educator Professional Learning Life at the Limits: Stories of Amazing Species Educators' Evening Join us for an evening celebrating the latest exhibition Life at the Limits: Stories of Amazing Species. Teachers can view th... 2D/3D Show Humpback Whales Humpback Whales is an extraordinary journey into the mysterious world of one of nature’s most awe-inspiring marine mammals. March 3, 2017 — September 14, 2017