Idaho Museum of Natural History’s Dr. Leif Tapanila featured on livescience.com

Dr. Tapanila works with a student, teaching geologic research methods.

The Idaho Museum of Natural History’s Dr. Leif Tapanila made headlines recently, discussing his most recent work on the Alamo Impact Crater, which was created approximately 380 million years ago when a piece of biolide collided with the Earth.  The …

Helicoprion Exhibit Opening

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The “Whorl Tooth Sharks of Idaho” exhibit opens on June 22, 2013 at the Idaho Museum of Natural History on the Pocatello campus of Idaho State University. The exhibit features the art of Ray Troll and Friends. The gallery will …

Comparative Osteology

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comparativeosteoThe Comparative Osteology collection is a teaching and interpretive resource, containing over 2500 bird, mammal, reptile, amphibian, and fish skeletal specimens. The collection is used for teaching comparative osteology, archaeology and zoology classes at IMNH and ISU. It is also …