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Sit Down With a Curator: Love in the Animal Kingdom
February 14, 2017 · 1 Comment

By Jessi Green, Online Media Manager at HMNS At the risk of regurgitating clichés, here at HMNS we’ve noticed that something is in the air. No—it’s not the oscillating Houston humidity or the smell of preservation chemicals; it’s the love of Valentine’s Day! Love it, hate it, or just plain ignore it—Valentine’s Day is a […]

Tales from Tanzania: Only prey runs
November 12, 2013 · Be The First To Comment

I did something foolish. Feeling inspired by all the runners here at the Museum, I signed up for the half marathon. I am in okay shape, and while Carolyn and I sometimes participate in sprint triathlons, I don’t super love the running part. “How hard can this be?” I thought, “I’ve got months to train!” […]

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. […]



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