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Exhibit Tyrannosaurus rex The 4-foot-long jaw. The 6-inch-long teeth. The tiny arms. Meet one of the most iconic dinosaurs in the world. Programs and Events "Seeing Ethnography" with Zoe Bray University of Nevada anthropologist and artist Zoe Bray will showcase her unusual and innovative style of ethnography by live-painting... OLogy Card 026 Mongolia Mongolia is a large country in the middle of Asia. Its Gobi Desert is a fossil "gold mine" for paleontologists. OLogy Card 027 Ukhaa Tolgod Located in the Gobi Desert, this is a fossil "hot spot" for Museum paleontologists. OLogy Card 029 Cladistics To try to piece together how organisms are related, scientists use cladistics. 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 direct... February 11, 2016 Audio 2016 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate: Is the Universe a Simulation? Host and moderator Neil deGrasse Tyson leads a lively discussion about the merits and shortcomings of a provocative new theory. April 8, 2016 Audio 2017 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate: De-Extinction Join Neil deGrasse Tyson and a panel of experts for a lively debate about the merits and shortcomings of genetically bringing extinct... March 31, 2017 OLogy Card 253 plate tectonics The Earth is always changing. Mountains form and erode away. Volcanoes erupt and grow larger. Earthquakes shift the land. Oceans... Research 3. Chiconautla Authors: Ananda Cohen, Christina M. Elson Article A Behavioral Test to Examine the Evolution of Color Vision in Vertebrates Did you know birds have better color vision than humans? But what about sheep? This young naturalist used a behavioral assay to compare... Blog Post A Century of T. rex We’re marking a milestone for one of the Museum’s most famous fossils. December 21, 2015
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