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Live animals and hands-on interactives show you L.A.’s wild side.
Adventures in Nature Day Camp: Little Critters, Big City!
Celebrate the 2022 Lunar New Year with highlights from the collection
Paleontological “twigs” from our fossil past can help us reconstruct branches on the tree of life
The two-meter skull of a humongous new ichthyosaur species, Earth’s first known giant creature, reveals how both the extinct marine reptiles and modern whales became giants.
Animal diets, skull shapes and the limits of convergent evolution
Meet some of the Ice Age minifauna still making their home in L.A.
Spring is mating season for alligator lizards. From Baja California to British Columbia, we need your help to study their mating behavior.
The Museum's collection of amphibians and reptiles contains approximately 190,000 catalogued specimens from around the globe.
Community science (sometimes called citizen science) mobilizes volunteers to work alongside scientists to help answer questions about the world.
GeckoWatch is a community science project to map the fine-scale distribution of nonnative geckos in the United States.