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Research posts Is the Northern Cardinal One Species, Or Many? Research from Museum scientists analyzed genetics and songs to see if Northern Cardinal populations are different species. December 13, 2018 News posts December 2018 Programs at the American Museum of Natural History Visit the Museum this month for origami fun-folding sessions, special exhibitions, a Kwanzaa celebration, and more. December 4, 2018 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 Podcasts Podcast: SciCafe—Technology Inspired by Nature with Tak-Sing Wong Find out how a carnivorous plant and a hungry cell have inspired new technologies with potentially life-saving applications. November 21, 2018 News posts Thanksgiving Weekend 2018 at the American Museum of Natural History From The Butterfly Conservatory to The Titanosaur, here are the must-see exhibits at the Museum the weekend after Thanksgiving. November 21, 2018 Research posts Ancient DNA Reveals Extinct Jamaican Monkey Related to South American Species New research from Museum scientists found that Xenothrix mcgregori was most closely related to South America’s titi monkeys. November 15, 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 Research posts Within Ape Species, Varied Skull Shapes Reflect Genetic History By analyzing ape genetics and skull shapes, a new study by Museum researchers found an evolutionary pattern that could aid th... November 2, 2018 News posts November 2018 Programs at the American Museum of Natural History It’s all about family time this month, including a festival for Day of the Dead and origami fun folding sessions. November 1, 2018 Research posts Dinosaurs Had Colored Eggs, New Study Shows Researchers find the first evidence of colored eggs in eggshell samples belonging to Eumaniraptoran dinosaurs. October 31, 2018 Podcasts Podcast: SciCafe—The Milky Way as You’ve Never Seen It Before with Jackie Faherty Fly through the galaxy using new data from the Gaia telescope. October 25, 2018
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