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The Earth’s First Apocalypse: Texas Red Beds, 285 Million Years Ago
January 7, 2009 · 10 Comments

At a dig site in North Texas, the Houston Museum of Natural Science is investigating the animals that would have died off when this first mass extinction event occurred. Recently, a production crew from the History Channel came along on-site – and their footage of Dr. Bakker and the Museum’s team airs tonight at 8 p.m. […]

Photo From You: Insect Identification
August 21, 2008 · 2 Comments

 A Mole Cricket photo provided by Rachel Drew Hello again, dear readers and bug lovers! I was very pleased to discover this week that we recieved a photo all the way from Virginia Beach, Virginia. This one can be a real head-scratcher for those of you who have never seen one before, which is probably most […]

Summer Encounters – Around the House
August 6, 2008 · 7 Comments

photo credit: mannyh808 Summertime in Houston has been very exciting for me. This is my second summer living here and each year I discover new animals.  Last year, I was thrilled to learn about Anoles, Mediterranean House Geckos, and of course, American Alligators. My first job at the Museum was to assist in teaching field camp during […]


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5555 Hermann Park Dr.
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Needville, Texas 77461
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