With regards to evolution, it's critical to understand the relationships of living and fossil mammals before asking questions about 'how' and 'why,' " said co-author Jonathan Bloch, associate curator of vertebrate paleontology at the Florida Museum of Natural History on the UF campus.
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On the off chance that some Purgatorius bit had been overlooked, Chester and Jonathan Bloch of the Florida Museum of Natural History looked through the trove of Clemens' fossils that had yet to be classified.
In the somewhat disturbing video below, a single drop of venom from a Russell's viper is enough to cause a cup of blood to coagulate into a gelatin-like slab of clotted matter: If that wasn't enough to make you swear off YouTube forever, imagine that same process happening inside your own blood vessels Russell's viper, or Daboia russelli , has a broad range throughout Southeast Asia and is one of the primary causes of snakebite in the region, according to Max Alan Nickerson, a herpetologist at the Florida Museum of Natural History.
Delano Lewis, Assistant Curator at the McGuire Center for Lepidoptera and Biodiversity at the Florida Museum of Natural History in Gainesville, Fla traveled to St.
A quick look at statistics provided by the International Shark Attack File Web site at the Florida Museum of Natural History shows that the risk of death by shark attack during one's lifetime is 1 in 3,748,067.
Last year there were 61 recorded shark attacks, resulting in five deaths, according to the International Shark Attack File (ISAF) from the Florida Museum of Natural History.