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Women in the Arts (NMWA) Jan 15
It's ! 🤳 We've got our museum selfies ready thanks to , but would love to see your selfies too! 🖼️: , "Portrait of Princess Belozersky" (1798) and "Portrait of a Woman" (1803)
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Carmi Milagros Jan 15
Congrats - it’s an Isopod! Welcome to the , Caseandra. :)
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ColonialWilliamsburg Jan 15
As a living history museum, the entire Historic Area is fair game for ! Need to update your selfie stock? For the best selfie spots around, check out our 8 Photo Spots Not to Miss here:
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John Pfeiffer Jan 15
On this , I'm looking at some freshwater mussels in the genus Anodonta (Greek: "an" - without, "donta" - tooth).
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Dan Snow Jan 15
highlight with the legendary combo of and the
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Matt Jones Jan 15
I'm spending this working in the collections at , so here's a selfie with Onychonycteris finneyi, the most primitive known!
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Claire Mead studies sapphic slay(ing) belles🔔⚔️ Jan 15
Oh hi ! Most of my drag career is taking selfies in museum and heritage sites with some related performance. Thank you at n , and for fueling my ego - and that of Eugène Delacroissant 🥐
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Amy Atwater Jan 15
Every day is when you work @MORPaleo! And here’s a Dimetrodon skull to celebrate! ⁣⁣ It blows people away when I tell them that Dimetrodon is more closely related to humans than to dinosaurs. Synapsids rule!
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Carmi Milagros Jan 15
also today , just wrapped up the pilot of CSIsopod: Deep Sea Investigation.
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Bloch Lab @UF Jan 15
Happy from Vertebrate Paleontology and the mylodont ground sloth, hell pig, gomphothere, 6-horned pronghorn, sling-shot horn protoceratid>, and the American alligator>
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Rene P. Martin Jan 15
Happy ! Ever wanted to see one of the nations best Xiphactinus fossils? You can find it here . He has a face only a mother could love. Or maybe a paleo-ichthyologist... Regardless, our Natural History Museum has lots to offer!
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daralyn sheffield Jan 15
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Emily Brown Jan 15
Busy day in the Earth Systems collection this . I failed to get a group shot, so here's my with the big instead 😁
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Smithsonian Magazine Jan 15
This , capture and share moments as you explore the world of dinosaurs, animals, geology and human origins .
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Dr. Solomon David Jan 15
Of course I had to take a pic with a jar of gars from our collection for !
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Billie Jones Jan 15
Happy !! Here’s me at with the happiest guy I’ve ever seen!
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National Museum of American History Jan 15
Don't you hate when you go through all the trouble to take one of the first self-portraits ever in the U.S. ... and your eyes are closed? Henry Fitz 1839 selfie, one of the first in the U.S., is in our collection and makes for the perfect post.
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Jennifer C. Girón Jan 15
Spending figuring out a plan to get the of data into SCAN. See what we have online at and send me your data/specimens requests!
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David McKenzie Jan 15
Getting in my pic from conference room/distance learning studio down the hall from my desk. ⁦
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Lee Hall Jan 15
I don't get any daylight in the prep lab, so I'm taking a minute to bask in the golden glory of ! This piscivorous dino croc mimic hails from the Early of Niger, Africa and is currently on display !
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