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  • Surveying the oft-snubbed (and very cool) spider with citizen scientists

    Surveying the oft-snubbed (and very cool) spider with citizen scientists

    Volunteers at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science's Colorado Spider Survey help scientists gather important data by roaming nooks and crannies across the state, finding and cataloguing Colorado's myriad spiders.

  • Seeing the triceratops for the trees

    Seeing the triceratops for the trees

    Paleontologist Kirk Johnson works with artist Jan Vriesen to create vividly realized landscapes of what Colorado looked like millions of years ago.

  • Colorado's ancient past

    Colorado's ancient past

    Using art and science to visualize lost landscapes.

  • Is Preble's just another meadow mouse?

    The Fish and Wildlife Service wants to delist the threatened Preble’s meadow jumping mouse, on the grounds that the animal is genetically identical to a more common species

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