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View Resource Denver Museum of Nature and Science

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is the Rocky Mountain region?s leading resource for informal science education. It has a variety of exhibitions, programs, and activities to help Museum visitors experience the natural wonders of Colorado, Earth, and the universe. Exhibits include Gems and Minerals, Hall of Life, Space Odyssey, Prehistoric Journey, and various wildlife exhibits. There are a...

View Resource New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science: Exhibits

There are two informative and fun online exhibits at the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science's website. One of the exhibits is called "New Mexico's State Fossil". In the exhibit, visitors will find answers to "Common Questions" about the Coelophysis (the state's official state fossil, an extinct dinosaur) including where it ate, lived, roamed, what it looked like, and how it...

View Resource The Raymond M. Alf Museum of Paleontology

Located on the campus of The Webb Schools, the Raymond M. Alf Museum is the only paleontology museum in the nation located on a high school campus. The museum?s mission is to serve Southern California as an educational resource, to act as a center of paleontological research for the international scientific community, and to provide a unique curricular ingredient for The Webb Schools. Home to t...

View Resource Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History

With a growing number of interactive websites, the Smithsonian National Museum is evolving into a hub for national and international electronic education. There are over twenty online exhibits, each containing extensive topical information, histories of the Museum collection items referenced in each exhibit, virtual tours and other online interactive activities. Online information on traveling...

View Resource Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History

The Santa Barbara Museum of Natural History features eleven exhibit halls, focusing on regional natural history, including birds, insects, mammals, marine life, paleontology, Native Americans and the Chumash Indians. The Museum also has a life-size Blue Whale skeleton, a planetarium, and special programs featuring lecturers and films. The Lizard Lounge features live reptiles and amphibians, and...

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