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[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] Collapse of Earth's Geomagnetic Field 42,000 Years Ago

Collapse of Earth's Geomagnetic Field 42,000 Years Ago

Learn more about some fascinating new research by NHMU's Curator Tyler Faith and his colleagues.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Dan Ksepka

Polar DinoFest: Dan Ksepka

Prehistoric penguins are dinosaurs, too.
[image] Ammonoids of the Digital Sea

Ammonoids of the Digital Sea

Learn more about these iconic fossils.
[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] Polar Dinofest: Kerin Claeson

Polar Dinofest: Kerin Claeson

Paleontologist Kerin Claeson discusses fossil fishes from Antarctica.
[image] Polar DinoFest: Pete Makovicky

Polar DinoFest: Pete Makovicky

Paleontologist Pete Makovicky muses on the epic history of fossil discoveries from Antarctica.
[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.