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VMNH staff contribute to Darwin Day at Roanoke College in Salem, Virginia.
Recently, while cataloging river otter (Lontra canadensis) skulls, Liberty Hightower became fascinated with the insides of their nasal cavities.
Recently, while prepping some skeletons for the Archaeology’s reference collection, I came across a nearly intact skeleton of a hummingbird. As I examined this hummingbird skeleton, I wanted to compare it to another bird skeleton.
In late January, Ray Vodden and I went to a farm to retrieve a dead cow. That’s right… a dead cow. Not just any dead cow, but one that had died a month prior.