Not only does Afrasia help seal the case that anthropoids first evolved in Asia, it also tells us when our anthropoid ancestors first made their way to Africa, where they continued to evolve into apes and humans," Chris Beard, Carnegie Museum of Natural History paleontologist and member of the discovery team that also included researchers from Myanmar, Thailand, and France, said.
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CMNH stands for Carnegie Museum of Natural History (Pittsburgh, PA)
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Collins (invertebrate zoology, Carnegie Museum of Natural History, Pittsburgh) discusses influences on his career and moth-collecting expeditions in such areas as Madera Canyon (near Tucson).
If you live near Pittsburgh or happen to travel there, you might want to swing by the Carnegie Museum of Natural History.
21, the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh will unveil the world's largest dinosaur mural, a 180-foot-long portrayal of creatures and plants that lived in the western United States about 150 million years ago.
Laza, Spain * Venice, Italy * Basel, Switzerland * Tlaxcala, Mexico * Oruro, Bolivia * Recife and Olinda, Brazil * Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago * New Orleans, USA Exhibition Schedule UCLA Fowler Museum of Cultural History until April 23, 2006 Los Angeles, California Mingei International Museum June 2006 through August 2006 San Diego, California New Orleans Museum of Art October 14, 2006 to January 6, 2007 New Orleans, Louisiana Dallas Museum of Art February 11, 2007, to May 6, 2007 Dallas, Texas Carnegie Museum of Natural History June 9, 2007, to January 5, 2008 Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania Aurelia Gomez is the Director of Education at the Museum of International Folk Art, Santa Fe, New Mexico.
They have been displayed all over the world and are currently being exhibited at the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh.