Coyotes: Howling from the Ice Age
How coyotes survived the Ice Age extinction
Tule and Its Many Gifts
Kimberly Morales Johnson | Educator, Gabrielino Tongva San Gabriel Band of Mission Indians
The Giant Monsters of Herpetology Tour
A look at some of the reptile and amphibian specimens that have inspired some of film and television’s biggest, baddest monsters with Herpetology Collections Manager Neftali Camacho.
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The Phillipine Lingling-o
A pre-colonial symbol of fertility and virility
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Celebrating Asian, Asian American & Pacific Islander Communities
Recognizing the heritage and history of the Asian, Asian American, and Pacific Islander communities, past and present.
Elephant Hill Community Nature Celebration and Habitat Survey
Join community members and scientists, Saturday, October 14, to celebrate and study nature on Elephant Hill, an open space in North East L.A. valuable to humans and wildlife.
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Welcome to the 2023 LA BioBlitz Challenge
Help discover the incredible biodiversity all over Los Angeles!
How Los Angeles Moved Uncomfortably Close to Mountain Wildfires
A look at L.A.'s growth toward wildfires through historic images from the Seaver Center
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Fandom Springs to Life
Mark Langill | Team Historian, Los Angeles Dodgers
Extinction and Survival at La Brea Tar Pits
Groundbreaking new research from La Brea Tar Pits curators finds that in California, 13,000 years ago, huge Ice Age mammals that had roamed the landscape for many millennia, suddenly ceased to exist. The cause? Humans, catastrophic fires, and an ecosystem made vulnerable by climate change.
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