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On Exhibit: 
February 5th, 2022

Have you ever wondered what your dog was thinking or whether she can understand what you’re saying?

THE ART OF WARNER BROS. CARTOONS

September 29, 2021 through January 2, 2022

On Exhibit: 
July 23

The exhibit explores how humans for thousands of years have kept honey bees for food and other bee products. Humans have mastered not only the ability to hunt for honey in natural beehives, but they also maintain their own colonies of bees for reliable supplies of honey and beeswax.

Find out more in this news release: https://media.nmculture.org/release/1321/importance-of-honey-

On Exhibit: 
July 23

Outbreak highlights the human causes of viruses, such as land-use change, urbanization, and industrialized food production, as well as their consequences for communities, societies, and the global population. When people move into or change an environment, microbes that cause illness can "jump" from wildlife to humans and cause disease outbreaks that can spread internationally. Tracking down and responding to these outbreaks requires coordinated detective work from people in many professions.

New Mexico is well-known for its rich fossil record spanning some 500 million years. Of particular note are the many unique fossil vertebrates that include fishes, amphibians, reptiles (turtles, dinosaurs, and birds) and mammals. This exhibit displays some of the recent discoveries and iconic fossils from the ‘Land of Enchantment’ that were collected by the New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science.

Commemorate the landmark 50th anniversary of Apollo 11 with an exhibit which features panels illustrating the story of the mission, from the original dream to the science returned by the astronauts (courtesy of Audio Visual Imagineering). Displays include a variety of Apollo 11 popular memorabilia, official NASA science publications, and lunar maps that were used to plan the Apollo landings.

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