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[image] Executive Director Jason Cryan Helps Discover New Amazonian Species

Executive Director Jason Cryan Helps Discover New Amazonian Species

Biodiversity Discovery: a new genus and species of spittlebug from the Amazonian rainforest.
[image] Fossils at Bears Ears

Fossils at Bears Ears

A primer on the region, the fossils found so far, those that are likely to be there, and why it matters.
[image] How a Museum Volunteer Became a TikTok Star

How a Museum Volunteer Became a TikTok Star

NHMU paleo volunteer Eliza Petersen made a dino pun that's been taking the internet by storm.
[image] Monumental Upgrade to NHMU’s Utah Map

Monumental Upgrade to NHMU’s Utah Map

A team from Creotrē installs the new 3D map of Utah in the Canyon at the Natural History Museum of Utah. Image ©NHMU/Mark Johnston

Tags: map
[image] NHMU50: Saving an Allosaurus Graveyard

NHMU50: Saving an Allosaurus Graveyard

NHMU is home to the greatest collection of Allosaurus bones in the world. How did they get here?
[image] Did Climate Change Help Dinosaurs Get Their Start?

Did Climate Change Help Dinosaurs Get Their Start?

Geologists and paleontologists have good reason to suspect that climate change might play a role in dinosaur origins.
[image] Cats are Affected By COVID-19, Too

Cats are Affected By COVID-19, Too

A new study finds that cats are susceptible to COVID-19, but there's no evidence they can spread the disease to us.
Tags: research
[image] NHMU 2020 — Episode 5

NHMU 2020 — Episode 5

In Episode 5, we explore NHMU's special exhibition, Nature All Around Us.
[image] Sofa Science — CSI: Crimes Solved with Isotopes

Sofa Science — CSI: Crimes Solved with Isotopes

Join isotope Ecologist Christy Mancuso to discover how stable isotopes can solve crimes.
[image] NHMU 2020 — Episode 4

NHMU 2020 — Episode 4

In Episode Four, we explore the history and life of Utah's Great Salt Lake, starting in the Pleistocene epoch and the once massive Lake Bonneville. We'll then study the amazing adaptations of some animals that live in Utah.