Say Cheese!

These pearly little gems tear our food into tiny bits, come in handy if we need to fend off an attack, and provide a little pocket change when we hide them under our pillow.

Hiding in Plain Sight

We’re back at my home base, the Michigan State University Museum, and today we’re taking a closer look at cryptic coloration, better known as camouflage. Whether furry or feathered, scaly or shelled, herd dweller or loner, a wide range of animals use camouflage to grab or avoid becoming dinner. Following is a brief description of the various... Continue Reading →

Hello Dolly

Sporting a thick, sturdy ponytail, good old Velvet was made to withstand my exuberant hairstyling. No more creepy bald dolls. It was the perfect gift.

I Love Lucy

Land bridges temporarily formed between the continents and like a Midwestern retiree, species migrated in the hopes of finding warmer climes.

Flowery Conquistadors

Today at the museum we celebrate flowers. It’s Spring Break at our house and we’re visiting the Sunshine State for some sand, surf, and a little history.

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