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[image] Where Did All the Mammoths Go?

Where Did All the Mammoths Go?

Researchers are still debating why some of North America's largest mammals disappeared.
[image] Why Do Ants Farm?

Why Do Ants Farm?

Humans aren't the only farmers. Ants have evolved to cultivate their own crops.
[image] Why are There so Many Unique Fossil Species in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument?

Why are There so Many Unique Fossil Species in Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument?

Geology and ancient environments helped create a dinosaur hotspot.
[image] Behind the Scenes: What is Experimental Archaeology?

Behind the Scenes: What is Experimental Archaeology?

Efforts to recreate the past lead to some surprising discoveries.
[image] Behind the Scenes: What is a Species?

Behind the Scenes: What is a Species?

The question of what distinguishes one species from another is a complex puzzle.
[image] Behind the Scenes: What Good is a Dirty Kid?

Behind the Scenes: What Good is a Dirty Kid?

Children - as well as adults - can benefit from coloring outside the lines and playing in the mud.
[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

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