[image] Zombie Ants

Zombie Ants

Researchers discuss zombies: The real, the fake, and their significance in science and culture.
[image] How to Prepare a King

How to Prepare a King

Meet our amazing Terataphoneus specimen, the most complete tyrannosaur ever found in the Southwestern U.S., and Ann Johnson, NHMU's talented preparator who worked on the skull.
[image] Ceratosaurus - An Ornate Jurassic Chomper

Ceratosaurus - An Ornate Jurassic Chomper

Meet one of the most fearsome carnivores to ever walk the Earth.
[image] How Environmental Shifts Killed Africa’s Prehistoric Megaherbivores

How Environmental Shifts Killed Africa’s Prehistoric Megaherbivores

Africa is home to some of the most fantastic beasts on the planet. But they are a shadow of what existed in the ancient past.
[image] Old Skull a Landmark Part of Utah’s Ice Age History

Old Skull a Landmark Part of Utah’s Ice Age History

The musk ox fossil is one of the earliest vertebrate fossils discovered in Salt Lake County.
[image] How Utah’s Ancient Camel Changed Our Picture Of Ice Age History

How Utah’s Ancient Camel Changed Our Picture Of Ice Age History

Not all fossils are incredibly old or resemble rocks. In fact, some fossils look rather fresh. Part of a camel skull found near Fillmore, Utah, is a prime example.
[image] Paleo Storms

Paleo Storms

Paleotempestology is storm chasing through geology. Learn more in this post.
[image] Museum on the Move Goes West

Museum on the Move Goes West

Museum on the Move, part of NHMU's statewide outreach, traveled to a remote Utah school: West Desert Elementary.