Welcome to OLogy!
A science website
for kids from
the American Museum
of Natural History.

Explore by Activity


Coming to the Museum?

What do YOU want to see and do here? Choose from over 40 halls, special exhibitions, events, camps, and more.

Did You Know?

  • Some meteorites are small pieces of the moon. 

  • If melted, the ice sheets covering Antarctica would raise global sea level by almost 70 meters (230 feet).

  • Koalas are not bears. They're marsupials and are more closely related to kangaroos.

  • Some meteorites are as old as the solar system.

  • Antarctica is a continent surrounded by ocean. The Arctic is the opposite, an expanse of ocean surrounded by continents.

  • Fireflies aren't flies at all. They're beetles!

  • Bats are the only mammals that can truly fly.

  • "Shooting stars" are actually meteors.

  • Many sauropods grew new teeth as often as once a month, as old ones wore out.

  • Identical twins have the exact same genes, but their fingerprints are unique.

  • Half a million neurons form every minute during the first five months in the womb.

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