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Moa Femur 3: Showing Some Leg

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Moa Femur 3: Showing Some Leg

Moa—extinct, flightless birds from New Zealand—are unique in that they show no trace of any wing bones.

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Shasta Ground Sloth: Right Lower Jaw

This big guy ate light — he liked grasses and leaves that grew where Wilshire Boulevard is today!

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Coast Live Oak Tree 3: Give Me Shelter

Early Native Americans used acorns from this long-lived tree for food and its canopy as a sun block.

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Nature Gardens

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Columbian Mammoth: A Fossil With a Rap Sheet

This ancient footprint cast did jail time — it was discovered at the Carson City prison in Nevada!

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Triceratops Nasal Horn

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Triceratops Nasal Horn

This nubby horn sat prominently on the nose of a young Triceratops. It dates back 67-65 million years.

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Dinosaur Hall

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Laurel Sumac: Hot Taco Tree

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Laurel Sumac: Hot Taco Tree

The taco shell-shaped leaves are highly flammable, but its cousin, Poison Oak, has the worst reputation.

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St. Catherine's Lace 4: Oh Holy Bush

The large, white flowery bush inspires wedding dresses, tablecloths, and doilies.

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Pink Flowering Currant 3

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Pink Flowering Currant 3

But you'll have to compete with mockingbirds and cedar waxwings for the edible, blue-black berries.

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White Alder Tree 2: A Forest in the City

Tall and leaf-heavy, this is an equal opportunity shade-giver in the forest, the suburbs, and the city.

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Nova Agave 6: Living Sculpture

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Nova Agave 6: Living Sculpture

Protected by leathery leaves and spines, this plant also has a delicate side—a gorgeous six-foot flower spike.

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Large Gorgonian Coral: Whip It Good

Commonly referred to as a sea whip, this marine organism is an animal—or more accurately—a colony of animals.

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Ancient Bison Skull: She's a Lady

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Ancient Bison Skull: She's a Lady

Her horns tell us she's a female — they're more slender than her boyfriend's, with whom she's displayed.

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Channel Island Dwarf: Mammoth Tooth

This huge tooth belonged to a mammoth that was only as tall as you!

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Spheroolithus Egg 2

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Spheroolithus Egg 2

This is part of a Chinese fossil discovery

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Dinosaur Hall

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Sauropod Foot Print: Big Shoes to Fill

This track belonged to a mighty sauropod, the largest group of dinosaurs. It's approximate 125 million years old.

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Triceratops Metacarpel: You're So Handy

The hearty Triceratops is one of the last large dinosaurs to go extinct, about 65 million years ago.

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Dinosaur Hall

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T. rex Toe Claw: Big Walker

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T. rex Toe Claw: Big Walker

T. rex walked on its hind legs and had massive feet—about a meter in length.

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California Buckwheat: A Nature Triple Threat

This California native has the whole package: flowers, butterfly nectar, and cover for birds and mammals.

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California Lilac 2: Hold the Water

This blue-flowered survivor is as pretty as she is tough—she can weather drought and grow to 15 feet.

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Short-Faced Bear Molar: Be an Ice Age Tooth Fairy

This huge bear chewed his way through the Los Angeles basin 45,000 to 11,500 years ago.

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Smaller Gorgonian Coral: Animal, Vegetable, or Mineral?

The sea whip may look like a plant, but like most animals, it has nerves and muscle cells. 

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