paleontology

Paleontology

The World’s Oldest Vegetarian Poop?
December 1, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Winding through the Paleozoic section of our Morian Hall of Paleontology, past the trilobotes, the placoderms, the Sea Scorpions and the other terrifying creatures that roamed the earth at that time, you will eventually come to what we affectionately call our “wall of poop“. It’s in the Permian section of the Hall, to the right […]

5 Reasons Why Our New Dinosaur Is Amazing!
November 16, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Unlike the pieces on display here, HMNS is not a preserved relic. This museum is a living organism, constantly changing and evolving. Our exhibits are by no means all-encompassing, but we strive to always keep what we have on the cutting edge of science and museum design. As part of that effort, we have recently […]

An American Mastodon in Paris: A Story of Charles Willson Peale
November 9, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

Photo courtesy of wikipedia Charles Wilson Peale: ever heard of him?  Most people haven’t heard his name, but they probably have seen his work. Peale was one of the most famous portrait artists in the Colonies, and later the new United States, in the late 18th Century. He painted seven portraits of George Washington, some […]

Dead Things That Might Be Under Your House!
October 20, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

The line between hallowed ground and home is a thin one in Houston. Our city isn’t exactly known for the preservationist spirit of its citizens, and looking out your window at skyscrapers or suburban expanses, you may not see any visible evidence of the city’s history, but that’s exactly the problem: You don’t see it […]


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