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View Resource Illinois Natural History Survey Mollusk Collection

The Illinois Natural History Survey (INHS) "Mollusk Collection contains over 105,400 catalogued specimens, most of which were collected in Illinois and the southeastern United States. The collection is 90% freshwater species (mussels, fingernail clams, and snails) and 10% terrestrial species (snails)." This INHS website allows visitors to search the Mollusk Collection Database and offers search...

View Resource Life of a Vertebrate Fossil

Unless you have a very large research grant, it can be difficult to find fossil bones. Fortunately, this very fine online learning module from the Smithsonian's Natural History Museum can help both young and old to learn about locating fossil bones, among other things. Through this multimedia feature created by the History Museum's department of paleobiology, visitors will learn what...

View Resource From Jungle to Lab: The Study of Life's Complexity

San Francisco's Exploratorium showcases the work of researchers at the Natural History Museum in London and Las Cuevas Biological Station in Belize, who are investigating the nature and diversity of life. From Jungle to Lab is part of the Exploratorium's Origin Project, created to explain how scientists explore "the beginnings of the universe, of matter, of the earth, and of life itself." This...

View Resource Division of Mammals of the Natural History Museum: The University of Kansas

The Division of Mammals at the Kansas University Natural History Museum has one of the largest research collections of mammals in the world. If you want to know more about principles and practices of natural history collection management, check it out. A list of type specimens is available, as are links to other sites of biological interest.

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