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Mushrooms, Magma and Love in a Time of Science - New York Times

New York Times
Orra White Hitchcock (1796-1863) was one of the most remarkable women from this more egalitarian age of scientific study. She had a deep knowledge of botany, zoology and paleontology, and she was also an artist — though that “also” would have seemed ...

Mini museum offers look into marine biology - News 12 Brooklyn - News 12 Brooklyn

News 12 Brooklyn
A miniature museum inside of a New York City hospital is capturing the minds of many who would not expect it to be there.

Princess Mako visits Brazilian zoology museum that's home to millions of specimens - The Japan Times

The Japan Times
The collection at the Museum of Zoology includes fish specimens that the Japanese Emperor donated to the university after his visit to Sao Paulo in 1978, when he was Crown Prince. The princess showed interest in the specimens and asked questions, ...

Museum of Paleontology

Berkeley, CA - United States

The University of California Museum of Paleontology is to investigate and promote the understanding of the history of life and the diversity of the Earth's biota through research and education.

The largest mass extinction in history wiped out approximately 90% of all marine animal species. The causes of both these events are still not fully understood and the subject of much research and controversy. Roughly halfway in between, animals, fungi, and plants colonized the land, the insects took to the air, and the limestone shown in the photo at right was deposited near Burlington, Missouri.

The Permian extinction, 251.4 million years ago, devastated the marine biota: tabulate and rugose corals, blastoid echinoderms, graptolites, the trilobites, and most crinoids died out. One lineage of crinoids survived, but never again would they dominate the marine environment.

Rad Page: Radiolarian Paleontology

What radiolarians are and why they are significant to the geological study of orogenic belts in general, and the Canadian Cordillera in particular.

Strange Science: The Rocky Road to Modern Paleontology and Biology
United States

Looks at misguided attempts to explain natural history, including honest and not-so-honest mistakes about dinosaurs, mammals, sea monsters, and prehistoric beasts.

The Thylacine Museum
United States

An online museum dedicated to furthering public knowledge and interest in the Thylacine or Tasmanian tiger.

The Neanderthal Museum

German museum dedicated to Neanderthal humans. Includes online exhibits, research information, and links to other hominid resources. Site is in both English and German.

Cactus Museum
United States

Photos and notes for many species from a cactus grower in Tucson, Arizona.

Arthropod Museum
United States

Maintained by the Department of Entomology, University of Kansas. The museum houses a collection of insects and arthropods from the faunas of the Ouachita Highlands and Appalachian Mountains regions.

The Whale Museum
United States

In Friday Harbor, Washington. Increases the public's understanding and appreciation of the marine environment with special emphasis on whales.

Whale Museum, The
United States

Promotes the stewardship of killer whales, other marine mammals, and the Salish Sea ecosystem through education and research. The museum offers an Orca adoption program, as well as information on whale-watching and local conservation efforts.

Whale Museum
United States

Located in Friday Harbor, Washington. Mission is to increase the public's understanding and appreciation of the marine environment with special emphasis on whales.

Thylacine Museum, The
United States

Online museum devoted to furthering public knowledge and interest in this carnivorous marsupial of Australia.