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Museum of Vertebrates At-a-Glance

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Have you ever wondered what goes on at the Museum of Vertebrates, a "museum" mysteriously without public exhibits! If yes, look no further! Walk down this corridor of the Virtual Natural History Collections and come to learn about life in our world.


About Us
In this section, we describe in most general terms what we do, where we do it, and who does it.
Our Collections
If it has vertebrae, we've probably got it! Find out what resides within the CUMV's collections including who has built them, and what makes each one special.
Our Home, Contact Us
Would you believe the Museum of Vertebrates used to live in a cement block warehouse? Click here to contact us and see how the Museum of Vertebrates has become secured within the walls of the Cornell Lab of Ornithology.
Featured Articles
What creatures inhabited the Okefenokee Swamp in the 1930s? How do you descover and described a new species of fish?  Do we have any Ivory-billed Woodpeckers? To learn more about the museum and its research, read here.
Links
Need more details about the CUMM? Want to know more about ecology and evolutionary biology at Cornell? Curious about our hosts here at the prestigious Cornell Laboratory of Ornithology? Access links to the CUMV, affiliated research institutes and others, here.
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Last modified 2014-04-09 12:12