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A look at the setup of the most-complete cast of a T. rex, now showing at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Efforts to conserve the atala, a near-endangered butterfly species, has led to an ongoing project conducted at the Florida Museum of Natural History to study and conserve its habitat.
The Florida Museum of Natural History will host its eighth annual Butterflyfest this weekend. Entertainment at Butterflyfest will include live performances, workshops, and engaging challenges for visitors to participate in. Jaret Daniels, Interim Director of the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity, […]
The fossil remains of a 40-foot species of crocodile nicknamed “Turtle Chomper” arrived at the Florida Museum of Natural History Friday.
The Florida Museum of Natural History and the University of Florida Office of Sustainability are screening the award-winning documentary “The Clean Bin Project” at 7 p.m. Wednesday
In a recent study, University of Florida researchers have found new evidence for a change in the history and categorization for the great white shark. The study found that the species may be about 2 million years older than previously believed.
The Florida Fish and Wildlife Conservation Commission will perform complete necropsies on the carcasses of two Florida panthers killed by cars this weekend. The necropsies will take place in the commission’s research lab in Gainesville.
Web searchers will soon be a few clicks away from one of the largest collections of invertebrates in the world. This year, the museum expects to add 20- to 40,000 records, he said.
With this weekend marking the two-year anniversary of the Deepwater Horizon oil spill, scientists, fishery experts and government officials will meet at the Gulf of Mexico Fisheries Symposium in St. Pete Beach, where they will share their research findings.