Our Research

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Children have less perceived access to important tools than reported by their parents


A hard pillbug to swallow: First X-rays of frog feeding show how they consume prey

Climate Change

Sea urchins keep on trucking while other marine life languishes in the Florida Keys

Life on Earth

Rare and iconic Atala butterflies retain ancient pattern of wing symmetry

Invasive Species

Tracking the origin of southern California’s latest invasive pest

Our People

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Hires & Promotions

Rachel Narducci takes on new role as vertebrate paleontology collections manager

Hires & Promotions

Archaeologist Catherine Smith joins the Florida Museum as its first full-time NAGPRA coordinator

Awards & Honors

Maria Vallejo-Pareja receives paleontology society grant in a first for frog researchers

Museum Life

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Museum Life

Ennead Architects selected for Powell Hall building expansion


The Florida Museum of Natural History opens state-of-the-art collections building

Five Facts

Five Facts: Bees in Florida