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Blog Archive: Natural History

[image] Polar DinoFest: Ron Tykoski

Polar DinoFest: Ron Tykoski

The North Slope of Alaska has yielded some amazing dinosaur finds.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Marina Suarez

Polar DinoFest: Marina Suarez

What do we know about the climate polar dinosaurs lived in?
[image] Polar DinoFest: Dan Ksepka

Polar DinoFest: Dan Ksepka

Prehistoric penguins are dinosaurs, too.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Anne-Laure Decombeix

Polar DinoFest: Anne-Laure Decombeix

Fossil plants are essential to the story of ancient Antarctica.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Nate Smith

Polar DinoFest: Nate Smith

Over 50 years of discovery have uncovered a wealth of Antarctic fossils.
[image] Keeping Fish in Mind for Decisions Downstream

Keeping Fish in Mind for Decisions Downstream

Planning the future of Utah's waterways requires thinking like a fish.
[image] How Fossils Confirmed the Dance of the Continents

How Fossils Confirmed the Dance of the Continents

Fossils found in Antarctica were crucial in recognizing continental drift.
[image] New Species of Leech Found in Utah

New Species of Leech Found in Utah

Experts are starting to realize that North America is home to an unexpected diversity of leech species.
[image] Ten Fascinating Science Stories from 2020

Ten Fascinating Science Stories from 2020

From a new and devastating coronavirus to salty lakes beneath Mars, 2020 has been a year when everyone was reminded of the importance of science.
[image] Where Are Pterosaurs on the Reptile Family Tree?

Where Are Pterosaurs on the Reptile Family Tree?

The research of NHMU's Chief Curator Randy Irmis and his colleagues is published in the journal Nature.