San Diego Natural History Museum--Your Nature ConnectionExhibits
SKULLS

SKULLS

Opening October 26, 2011

We’ve looked into our research collections and found nearly 200 of our weirdest, wildest, and all-around most fascinating skulls. Rarely on display, the skulls featured are research specimens of animals from around the world—mammals, birds, reptiles, and amphibians, ranging from the big and spectacular (a rhinoceros, a big-horned sheep, a giraffe) to the miniature (California’s own tiny Western Black-headed Snake).


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SKULLS features the best of what theNAT has to offer—real specimens, real science, and nature’s diversity in all its stunning variety.