Radha Krueger profileRadha Krueger

Science Advocate

Radha Krueger is a small feature writer and a social media coordinator at the Florida Museum. She also wanders around the museum and pokes things, takes pictures, or generally gets in the way.

“But then science is nothing but a series of questions that lead to more questions, which is just as well, or it wouldn’t be much of a career path, would it?” –Terry Pratchett

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Articles & Features

leaves and fruit of Hearts-a-bustin

Five Facts: Hearts-a-bustin’ in Florida

Five Facts About... Hearts-a-bustin’ in Florida Euonymus americanus (also called hearts-a-bustin') capsules open to reveal red seeds in A...
limpkin in museum exhibit

Five Facts: Limpkins in Florida

Five Facts About… Limpkins in Florida Limpkins rely on apple snails for food and can be found in greater numbers where food is easily ava...
skunkvine infestation

Five Facts: Skunkvine in Florida

Five facts about... Skunkvine in Florida Skunkvine, Paederia foetida, is an aggressive, twining vine in the coffee family, or Rubiaceae. P...
shark jaws display

Five Facts: Megalodon

Five facts about… Megalodon Carcharocles megalodon, often just called megalodon, was the largest shark to ever live in our oceans. But wha...
eagle being prepared

#MuseumLife, Bald Eagle Specimen

Bald eagle Scientific name: Haliaeetus leucocephalus Specimen: UF-O-52443 Although bald eagles were on the brink of extinction due to...
Chinese wisteria

Five Facts: Wisteria in Florida

Five facts about… Wisteria in Florida Wisteria has become somewhat iconic in lush gardens in the Southeastern United States. In the spring...
large clown knifefish

Florida Invasive Species: Clown Knifefish

The Clown Knifefish, Chitala ornata, is native to Indochina, but has been found in South Florida starting in the 1990s. It is established in...
drawer of mussel shells

#MolluskMonday, Unionidae or river mussels

Unionidae is a family of freshwater mussels with a global range. There are about 300 recognized species in North America alone. They’re also...