March Mammal Madness has arrived!

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Calling all animal lovers and competitors… The March Mammal Madness bracket has arrived! Now is your time to learn more about the wonderful and diverse beasts in this year’s competition and predict who would be dominant should the paired species find themselves in the same location. Please follow the fun on AU Museum of Natural History social media (Facebook, Twitter,…

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March Mammal Madness is Coming!

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Love mammals? Love brackets? Need a fun distraction? Then join us for March Mammal Madness starting on February 27th and test your skill at picking which mammal will reign supreme. See Mammal Curator Dr. Wendy Hood explain March Mammal Madness below. We will post the bracket on our website, Facebook & Twitter when it is released on February 27, 2021. Fill it out, take a…

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Icy Inverts…they are beyond cool!

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Join Marine Invertebrates Curator Dr. Kenneth Halanych and Invertebrate Collections Manager, Nusrat Noor as they, and their colleagues, share their adventures from a recent collecting trip to the Antarctic through the Icy Inverts YouTube Channel. They, along with their colleagues from the University of Alabama, The University of Alaska Anchorage, and Central Michigan University, will share videos related to their…

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Darwin Day, how about Darwin Week!

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We are excited about our Darwin Week event beginning this Monday February 8th. Join the AUMNH Feb 8th – Feb 12th as we celebrate Charles Darwin all week. Use GPS coordinates to find all 6 Charles Darwins hidden around campus. Each question will have a numeric answer that you will use to solve the puzzle to find the next set of…

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