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Dino Parcels Unwrapped

Thanks to tireless museum volunteers, fossil fragments found 100 years ago are being unwrapped and properly labelled—an immense help to the researchers who would study them. Continue reading

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Kid Highlights at the Canadian Museum of Nature

See dinosaurs in 3D, find out your weight in turkeys, drive an ice-breaker in the Arctic Ocean—just some of the fun that captivates museum volunteer Jennifer Artz and her sons during their frequent visits. Continue reading

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Beneath the Arctic Ice: The Big, the Small and the “Ugh, I Thought Those Were Maggots!”

The Arctic Ocean devoid of life? On the contrary, it teems with inhabitants, as volunteer Valerie Tait and numerous museum visitors discovered. Continue reading

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