Message From A Bottle
Finds from Exposition Park excavations reveal past lives.
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A Different Kind of Prepping
For Vertebrate Paleontology Preparator James Preston, science doesn’t stop.
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Meet Hayden, the Metro Mammoth
A juvenile mammoth that was discovered during a dig for the new Metro
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Woolly Rhino Fossil with Xiaoming Wang
Our researchers make exciting discoveries all over the world
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Sloths Make a Splash
La Brea Tar Pits Assistant Curator Emily Lindsey and a team of researchers found a treasure trove of giant ground sloth specimens
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Suit Up for Antarctic Adventures
Antarctic Dinosaurs takes visitors on a journey through centuries of polar explorations
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My Dinosaur Dig
Every year, NHM researchers (and sometimes, office folk like myself) make their way to an exclusive Utah dig site to unearth more and more dinosaur bones.
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Your Big Antarctic Dinosaurs Takeaways
After adventuring from the world as it was—Pangaea to a life-size re-creation of Cryolophosaurus, we caught up with some of the museum’s explorers to ask them about their expedition experience.
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Was Hancock Park Beachfront Property 120,000 Years Ago?
Pacific Gaper Clam: A large, common bivalve that inhabits sandy areas of bays along an open coast, often buried a foot or more.
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Paleo Prep School
Students dig up the bones of real prehistoric beasts for college credit in the first-ever La Brea Tar Pits Field School.
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