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Research and Collections
Canada's Arctic Biodiversity
January 27, 2017
Taking stock of the state of biodiversity science in the Arctic.
New Horned Dinosaur
Spiclypeus shipporum, a new dinosaur with an extraordinary frill.
Knowledge and Exploration
Expanding our capacity to meet Arctic environmental challenges and inspire future Arctic scientists.
Species Discovery & Change
Linking our core strengths to advance and enhance the impact and reach of what we do. More.
Collections-Based Research to Understand the Natural World
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- Cabinets, Cabinets Everywhere: The Sequel
Meteorites and fossil plant type specimens are among the first of the collections of the Geological Survey of Canada to be housed within our walls. It's the first part of an important move taking place in 2017.
- Going Hunting in Texas
Search for an elusive insect with museum entomologist Robert Anderson.
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The Canadian Museum of Nature welcomes the continued focus on the Arctic noted in the release of the Joint Statement on Arctic Leadership, issued December 20, 2016.
A recent recount of all of our specimens arrived at a pretty impressive number. Find out more.
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