This 1842 document contains Darwin's first use of natural selection as a scientific term.
This is an early draft of the title page for what would become On the Origin of Species.
Darwin's children drew this scene of birds and a butterfly on the back of a page of their father's On the Origin of Species manuscript.
Annalee takes the stage at about 3:58 and hosts the discussion until Neil Tyson makes an appearance at 1:06:21.
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This slab of jadeite jade is now on display in the Museum's Grand Gallery.
Some trilobites had eyes on stalks, perhaps for peering above the sediment in the waters where they lived.
Once thought to be a new species, scientists realized Epimachus ellioti was probably a hybrid between the black sicklebill and the Arfak astrapia.
The green alga used in this study and shown here is from the genus Cymbomonas, which presumably resembles early ancestors of the group.