Age of Mammals: The Cenozoic Era
Age of Mammals: The Cenozoic Era will be closed for refurbishment until March 9. Please excuse our dust while we improve this exhibition.
Discover life on Earth in Age of Mammals: The Cenozoic Era. See fossils from a Columbian mammoth that lived in the Ice Age, or wonder at the size of an Irish Elk’s enormous antlers. Discover the diverse and fascinating creatures that lived in the 66 million years after the extinction of the dinosaurs and learn how they related to today’s mammals!
Age of Mammals: The Cenozoic Era features specimens discovered all over the world, including a large number of Ice Age fossils. Learn about the 55 million-year evolutionary history of the horse or the hunting practices of saber-toothed cats. Exhibits include a dire wolf, giant ground sloth, and specimen groupings that illustrate anatomical changes through time.
Friends of Carnegie Museum of Natural History celebrated the reopening of a popular exhibition hall this weekend and honored Joe and Kathy …Read More »
Can you dig it? The exhibition hall, Age of Mammals: The Cenozoic Era, has a new look that includes this fun logo …Read More »
Learn all about the mammals that existed millions of years ago in the newly renovated exhibition hall, Age of Mammals: The Cenozoic …Read More »
Despite being extinct, dire wolves are having a comeback thanks to the HBO series “Game of Thrones,” where they protect members of …Read More »