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Research and Collections Rare Book Collection: Printing Techniques for Scientific Illustrations The history of printmaking is as colorful as the extraordinary prints in the Museum’s Rare Book Collection. Research and Collections Wild at Heart: The Plight of Elephants in Thailand Can a nation return its captive elephants to the forest? Research and Collections Why Are Fossil Shark Skeletons So Rare? Why are there so many fossil shark teeth and so few fossil shark skeletons? Research and Collections How Corals Hold Centuries of Ocean Climate Data Corals are living records of climate change. Research and Collections Revealing Climate Through Corals What can corals reveal about how our oceans have changed over time? Research and Collections Preserving the Dry Coral Collection How does the Museum care for its collection of more than 4,000 dry coral specimens? Research and Collections The Science of Speciation—Molecular Adaptation in Vampire Bats  Blood-feeding bats get decoded. Research and Collections Spider Expert Cheryl Y. Hayashi On Silk, Webs, and More Dr. Hayashi shares her fascination with spiders and their DNA. Research and Collections #WhyIScience Why is science important to you? Research and Collections Climate Change in the Marshall Islands How will islanders cope with climate change? Research and Collections Profile: Frank T. Burbrink Associate Curator, Division of Vertebrate Zoology Research and Collections When Carnivores Took to the Water An AMNH scientist finds clues to carnivore evolution in the inner ear.
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