Saturday, March 02, 2013

Renovated Hall of North American Mammals at the AMNH

This fall the American Museum of Natural History reopened its Hall of North American Mammals, after a year-and-a-half, $2.5 million renovation. The results are astonishing, with colors so bright they're almost neon, and creatures so fresh they might pop out of the display and offer a paw in greeting.

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

Hall of North American Mammals, AMNH

1 comment:

donuts4dinner said...

Nature is at its most enjoyable when contained in an air-conditioned building next to a Shake Shack. (I have no idea if a Shake Shack is actually anywhere nearby but figure it's pretty likely.) Second-to-last picture is my favourite!

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