Aubrey Miller, exhibition of free-flying tropical butterflies from the Americas, Africa, and Asia at the American Museum of Natural History in NYC 55
Until end of May 2019, the American Museum of Natural History in NYC is hosting Aubrey Miller - an exhibition of free-flying tropical butterflies from the Americas, Africa, and Asia. The exhibition will be fun for children. The butterflies are housed in a vivarium that approximates their natural habitat, includes live flowering plants that serve as nectar sources, and features controlled artificial light, temperature, and humidity.
Featured species include iridescent blue morpho butterflies, striking scarlet swallowtails, and large owl butterflies. Text panels located immediately outside the vivarium offer information about the evolution and life cycle of butterflies, including explanations of mimicry, diversity, and butterflies’ important role in conservation.
The exhibition is located in Whitney Hall of Oceanic Birds on second floor. Generous support for The Butterfly Conservatory has been provided by the Eileen P. Bernard Exhibition Fund.Last updated 11.10.2018
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Backyard Wilderness is a film that reveals animal inhabitants in rare and breathtaking detail captured by cameras mounted inside dens and nests and moving along forest floors and pond bottoms. The movie will be playing daily up until June 30, 2019 at the Samuel J. and Ethel LeFrak Theater of American Museum of Natural History in New York. Backyard Wilderness will surprise and entertain viewers with the unexpected wonders of nature that are in our own neighborhoods and communities, arming explorers of all ages with the tools and inspiration to discover the wonders of nature at their fingertips.
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This album contains photos of the the American Museum of Natural History in New York, and it is unlike an ordinary museum. This museum is very kids-friendly and attractive. In the Mammal Hall, we were sure that the animals are going to come alive and leave their spots. At the entrance to the museum visitors can see a giant piece of a meteorite, which feels like iron by touch. Huge dinosaurs' skeletons are exhibited on the last floor of the museum.