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Dr. Van Der Sanden Talks About Bog Bodies
September 30, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

    Since our new special exhibit Mummies of the World has officially opened for all to come and see, we thought it would be a good idea to publish a series of blogs about the different kinds of mummies featured in the exhibit. Oh yes, not all mummies are the same. In fact, not all […]

Return to Paraguay: Conserving the Taguá, a Living Fossil
April 11, 2016 · Be The First To Comment

In 1972, mammalogist Ralph Wetzel and colleagues were studying armadillo ectoparasites in the Paraguayan Chaco when they came upon a peccary (what we call javelina in Texas) that didn’t look like those already known to science. The result was Catagonus wagneri – the Chacoan peccary, known only from a fossil discovered in 1930 by Argentinian […]

Why you should care about endangered species today, tomorrow, and every day
May 14, 2015 · 1 Comment

The truth of the matter is that we humans are bound to this Earth. As the dominant species, it is easy for us to allow industry and propaganda to run rampant, annihilating whole populations of the animals with which we share the environment. One shepherd will kill the wolf who threatens his flock, one company will […]

Woolly mammoths to walk the earth again?
April 23, 2009 · Be The First To Comment

Thats right. Those giant, tusked behemoths could one day soon walk among us again. Maybe I should start at the beginning. © Photo credit: Florent Herry In 2007, a reindeer breeder in the Yamal Peninsula of Siberia named Yuri Khudi discovered a one month old baby woolly mammoth. The baby mammoth, dubbed Lyuba, is roughly […]


HMNS at Hermann Park

5555 Hermann Park Dr.
Houston,Texas 77030
(713) 639-4629


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13016 University Blvd.
Sugar Land, Texas 77479
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George Observatory

21901 FM 762 Rd.
Needville, Texas 77461
(281) 242-3055

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