For Halloween, give your pumpkins some natural history flair with these stencils inspired by famous Field Museum specimens. To create your pumpkin design, download and print a stencil, then cut out the yellow areas. Show us your handiwork on Twitter, Instagram, or Facebook! Read more about Pumpkin Stencils: SUE, Fighting African Elephants, and a Tsavo Lion
As all eyes are on some of our favorite local cubs, here’s a look at just a few animals in the wild that have young commonly referred to as cubs: Bears polar_bear_cubs.jpg Image via U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service. Read more about Four Animals That Raise Cubs
In this week’s episode of Natural News from The Field Museum, we’ve got updates about the sex lives of peregrine falcons, mouse lemurs as time machines, and new research on the formation of our solar system!
1. Peregrine Promiscuity.
“Sex in the City: Breeding behavior of urban peregrine falcons in the Midwestern US,“ Caballero et al. PLOS One (2016) Read more about Sex Lives of Peregrine Falcons & Time Travel Discoveries | Ep. 2