This post is drawn from the Science Hub, an interactive space to explore the collections and learn about new science, where you can see these antlers firsthand. Read more about Antlers: What’s Their Function?
The turkeys we’ll be sitting down to eat on Thursday have a history that goes way back. Archaeologists have unearthed a clutch of domesticated turkey eggs used as a ritual offering 1,500 years ago in Oaxaca, Mexico—some of the earliest evidence of turkey domestication. Read more about Archaeological Excavation Unearths Evidence of Turkey Domestication 1,500 Years Ago
Bill Simpson is the collections manager of fossil vertebrates. Bill's work includes managing the research collections of prepared fossils, researching SUE, and going on collecting trips. Read more about How Our Fossil Prep Lab Helped Fight Real-Life Crime