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In the Field Searching for Bat Fossils in Colombia Big animals like dinosaurs make big fossils–but how do scientists find fossils of small animals like bats and rodents? Exhibits Voices of the Native Northwest Coast Hear from Indigenous experts about the histories, persistence, and present concerns of Pacific Northwest Coast communities. Dinosaurs and Fossils Mosasaurus: Lizard King of the Ancient Ocean The massive extinct lizard that dominated Cretaceous oceans, but was not a dinosaur. Exhibits Extinct & Endangered: Insects in Peril Macrophotographer Levon Biss inspires a new appreciation for the beauty and importance of insects. Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate 2022 Isaac Asimov Memorial Debate: Space Pollution What is the environmental impact of commercial space exploration? At the Museum Gems, Minerals, Crystals & Rocks–What's the Difference? How can you distinguish rock from a mineral? Is that a gem, or is it a crystal? Earth and Climate Earth Day 1970–2022: What's Changed? The first Earth Day was in 1970. What’s changed since? Humans COVID-19 Vaccines for Children with Sallie Permar and Jay Varma What should families know about the safety and efficacy of the COVID-19 vaccine for kids? SciCafe / Lectures Teen SciCafe: When a Pandemic Strikes with Jay Varma How could the world have been better prepared to meet the challenges of a global pandemic, and what can we do to help end it? Exhibits Sharks Now Open The new exhibition Sharks explores the incredible diversity of this ancient group of fishes and opens December 15. SciCafe / Lectures Teen SciCafe: Virulent Viruses with Kishana Taylor Explore what viruses are and how they evolve and mutate with microbiologist Kishana Taylor, Ph.D., of Rutgers University. At the Museum Three Massive Minerals with Spectacular Stories Curator George Harlow introduces three of the signature specimens in the new halls.
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