Spring 2024 in the Butterfly Rainforest
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This sunny spring, the exhibit is bursting with blooms! There’s always something new to see when you visit the Butterfly ..read more
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Student Spotlight: Jacob Bethin
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People often encounter caterpillars in their gardens or walking along a nature trail. Most of us are not even aware ..read more
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Society for American Archaeology 2024 Meeting in NOLA
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Many of our lab members are heading to the Big Easy this week to participate in the 89th Annual Meeting ..read more
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Richard E. and Virginia J. Dolder Endowment
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Virginia Dolder was an active and engaging volunteer at the Florida Museum’s Butterfly Rainforest since its inception in 2004. After ..read more
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“It looks like several horse teeth”
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While digging in our west pit on March 9th, volunteer, Bri Blaga found a heavily eroded horse tooth.   The ..read more
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Behind the Scenes: Florida Museum’s Water Shapes Florida Exhibit Comes to Life
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2M ago
Construction echoes through the halls of the Florida Museum of Natural History as the eagerly anticipated Water Shapes Florida exhibit ..read more
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Costa Rica Photography Workshop with the Florida Museum and Holbrook Travel
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It’s pre-dawn. Your camera and lenses are packed, and you’ve pulled yourself out of bed before sunrise for early morning ..read more
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Water Shapes Florida Photo Challenge
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Vote for your favorite in our photo challenge! To help celebrate our new exhibit opening, we’re hosting the Water Shapes ..read more
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Gator Giving Day 2024
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3M ago
The Florida Museum of Natural History, located on the University of Florida campus, invites you to join us as we ..read more
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Cattle DNA: Nicolas and the NSF podcast
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4M ago
Using ancient DNA, researchers determined cattle were imported from Africa to the Americas much earlier in the process of European ..read more
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