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Bring in your own collected objects for identification by experts, and take a look at some of the museum’s treasures, too! Find out why collections are important, and what natural history collection research can tell us.
There will be experts from the fields of paleontology, anthropology, archaeology, botany, zoology, and geology.
They will help you identify:
- Shells; rocks and minerals
- Arrowheads and other stone tools
- Shards of pottery
- Vertebrate bones
- Seeds, leaves, twigs
Co-sponsored by UM Department of Ecology and Evolutionary Biology
We have always loved visiting the University of Michigan Museum of Natural History. We missed them when they were closed in 2018 to relocate to a new building. The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History re-opened in their new building on April 14, 2019 with phase one exhibits and the rest of the museum...
- Date(s): Sunday, October 8, 2023
- Time: 11:00am-4:00pm
- Cost: Free
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- Organizer: UM Museum of Natural History
- Organizer Phone: Not Provided
- Organizer Email: Not Provided
Venue: University of Michigan Museum of Natural History
Address: 1105 North University Avenue, Ann Arbor
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