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News Posts Know Your Ornithischian Dinosaurs Find out which species had a walnut-sized brain, which had crests, and why ornithischian is actually a misnomer. December 3, 2018 News Posts This Weekend at the Museum Here are the must-see exhibits at the Museum the weekend after Thanksgiving. November 21, 2018 News Posts 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. November 9, 2018 News Posts Exploring the Extinction of Megafauna What happened to the world’s largest—and strangest—animals? November 9, 2018 News Posts Bees at the Museum The Museum’s renowned collection of bees and wasps is one of the most diverse in the world. October 24, 2018 News Posts Christy Garland Wins 2018 Margaret Mead Filmmaker Award Garland’s film tells the story of a young woman, Walaa, who dreams of joining the Palestinian Security Forces. October 22, 2018 News Posts Meet the Mola: A Gentle Marine Giant Mola (ocean sunfish) are a genus of strange-looking fish found all over the world and includes the world’s heaviest bony fish. October 19, 2018 News Posts Fish Collection Begins Its Move to Temporary Storage How do you move 2.8 million fishes? Museum collection heads to campus storage ahead of the construction of the Gilder Center. October 16, 2018 News Posts Zapotec Urn Sheds Light on Ancient People of Mexico’s Oaxaca Valley A clay funerary urn offers clues to the ancient Zapotec people of Mexico’s Oaxaca Valley and other glimpses into early Mesoamerica. October 10, 2018 News Posts Whether in the Library or the Lab, Museum Volunteers Are a Vital Ingredient Meet a few of the more than 1,000 volunteers who keep the Museum and its mission moving forward day after day. October 4, 2018 News Posts Science Teachers and Ph.D. Graduates Receive Diplomas Under the Blue Whale The graduation ceremony held on October 1, 2018, honored the scientific contributions of Dr. Jane Lubchenco and celebrated 6 Ph.D.... October 2, 2018 News Posts One-Million-Year-Old Hominin Pelvic Bone Features Modern Human Traits Museum-led study of rare fossil suggests that the human pelvis evolved in hominin ancestors earlier than previously thought. September 6, 2018
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