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Press Release CROCS: ANCIENT PREDATORS IN A MODERN WORLD AT THE AMERICAN MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY For 200 million years, crocs and their charismatic ancestors have been a tenacious presence on our planet, sometimes in forms... June 3, 2016 Blog Post Ph.D. Graduate Profile: Allison Bronson Doctoral candidate Allison Bronson studied fossil cartilaginous fishes, including the diversification of early sharks.   Shelf Life TOC Archive: Episode 8     Shelf Life TOC Archive: Episode 9   Press Release ¡Cuba! Opens at the American Museum of Natural History Cuba is a place of exceptional biodiversity and cultural richness, and now a new bilingual exhibition at the American Museum... November 21, 2016 Collection "Jade" By Any Other Name In this excerpt from the redesigned twenty-fifth anniversary edition of the classic Gems & Crystals, Curator George Harlo... Blog Post #AskACurator This Wednesday Ever wonder what it’s like to work in a tropical rainforest? Or what ancient DNA is? Or how scientists are using specimens co... OLogy Card 020 Mike Novacek When Mike was six he read a dinosaur book by Roy Chapman Andrews, the leader of the Museum's first Gobi expeditions. This led... OLogy Card 024 Central Asiatic Expedition It was during the 1920s that the first team of Museum paleontologists, led by Roy Chapman Andrews, trekked to the Gobi Desert... OLogy Card 027 Ukhaa Tolgod Ukhaa Tolgod (OOK-uh TALL-gud) -- located in the Gobi Desert -- is the recently discovered hot spot for Museum paleontologists. Research 100-Million-Year-Old Amber Preserves Oldest Animal Societies Fighting ants, giant solider termites, and foraging worker ants recently discovered in 100-million-year-old amber provide dir... February 11, 2016 Article 11. Neutron Activation Analysis  
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