Changing Exhibits Photo Gallery

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Tarantulas: Alive and Up Close

  • Tarantula photo by Outhouse Exhibit Services
    Tarantulas: Alive and Up Close features many different species of live tarantulas, Jan. 30–May 30, 2016.
    Credit: Outhouse Exhibit Services
  • Goliath bird-eating tarantula
    Goliath bird-eating tarantula, the largest spider in world, by mass.
    Credit: Outhouse Exhibit Services
  • girl and dad with book
    Reading up on tarantula anatomy.
    Credit: Outhouse Exhibit Services
  • Mexican red knee tarantula
    Mexican red knee tarantula
    Credit: Outhouse Exhibit Services
  • girl presses buttons for map
    Finding where in the world tarantulas live.
    Credit: Outhouse Exhibit Services

Dinosaurs Unearthed

  • dinosaur. Photo by Lauren Duguid/ANS
    Moving, roaring dinosaurs, including this Yangchuanosaurus, make for an unforgettable experience in Dinosaurs Unearthed, on view June 25–Jan 16, 2017.
    Credit: Lauren Duguid/ANS

Drawn to Dinosaurs

  • dinosaur skeleton by Lauren Duguid/ANS
    Drawn to Dinosaurs, opening Nov. 1, 2015, delves into the science and art of visualizing a living animal based on fragmentary fossils.
    Credit: Lauren Duguid/ANS
  • Poole sketches Haddy. Photo by Lauren Duguid
    Drawn to Dinosaurs opens with a paleo artist recreating plant-eater Hadrosaurus foulkii on a giant blackboard.
    Credit: Lauren Duguid/ANS
  • Artist Jason Poole sketches Haddy. Photo by Lauren Duguid/ANS
    Paleoartist Jason Poole sketches a detail on Haddy in Drawn To Dinosaurs.
    Credit: Lauren Duguid/ANS
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