The KU Natural History Museum is home to four floors of public exhibits including the historic Panorama; live snakes and insects; vertebrate and invertebrate fossils; parasites and microbes; and the flora and fauna of the Great Plains.
As part of the KU Biodiversity Institute, the museum houses exhibits examining the earth's history, and provides content-rich, hands-on informal science learning for school groups in grades Kǃ2. These programs have reached more than 40,000 participants over the past decade. The museum also offers a wide range of public programs and events.
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