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Educator Materials Water and Life on Earth Water makes life as we know it possible. By using water more wisely, we can make sure there's enough to share with all living... Blog Post How Museum Scientists Help Urban Bees Stay Healthy Museum entomologists’ survey of bees on the High Line helps park gardeners preserve nesting spots and create new ones. Article Volcanoes How does heat escape from the churning engine that keeps our planet running? Through volcanoes. Article Vietnam: Biological and Cultural Diversity From its tropical forests to its mountains and coral reefs, Vietnam is home to an amazing diversity of plants and animals. Article The Pluto Question Far from the Sun, and smaller than Earth's Moon, Pluto remains one of the more mysterious bodies in the solar system. Article Near-Earth Asteroids These rocky objects orbit the Sun between Mars and Jupiter, but some come much closer to our planet. Article Moths and Butterflies Draw a butterfly. Build a butterfly. Learn about butterfly evolution, migration, and conservation. Article Human Origins Groundbreaking research underway at the Museum and around the world is tackling questions about what it means to be human. Article Health and Our Microbiome Humans are just a speck in a massively bacterial world. Microbes make up 70 to 90 percent of all cells in our bodies. Article Food As shoppers and as eaters, we play a critical role in shaping what ends up on our plate and why. Talks New Science, New Solutions New Science, New Solutions takes a closer look at a societal problem through the lens of science, offering new perspectives a... Educator Materials Darwin This 19th-century naturalist’s curiosity led him to a new understanding of the world around us.
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