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a wildlife-rescue and -rehabilitation effort. Dozens of animals, from bobcats to bald eagles, that cannot return to the wild can live safely at Perkins. These creatures serve as animal ambassadors, teaching guests about the natural world around us. The CMNH also aims to prove that there’s no age limit on fun or learning with their Think & Drink With the Extinct series. On the third Thursday of the month, from August through April, guests age 21 and up are invited to explore different science topics and chat with professional researchers over a drink from some of Ohio’s best breweries. In addition to all the amazing exhibits within the museum, the CMNH strives to promote education everywhere with their Education Resource Center (ERC). For 30 years, this award-winning program has provided workshops and teaching kits for Ohio teachers to help inspire a love of discovery in their students. The Cleveland Museum of Natural History is a special part of Ohio that proves we can learn something new every day. Learn what makes this place so amazing at CMNH.org.

A Place for Everything Discovery Rules the Cleveland Museum of Natural History

Where can you walk with dinosaurs, visit the rings of Saturn, and watch otters play all in one day? The Cleveland Museum of Natural History (CMNH), of course! First established in 1920, the CMNH is an institution of research, education, and exploration. Today, the museum houses over 4 million specimens dedicated to almost every aspect of the natural world. One of the most

notable exhibits is Lucy, the partial skeleton of a human ancestor who walked the earth 3.2 million years ago. Discovered by former CMNH curator Dr. Donald Johanson, Lucy redefined our understanding of human evolution. A more recent addition to the CMNH is the Perkins Wildlife Center. Opened in September 2016, this outdoor experience highlights distinct Ohio ecosystems. Perkins is part of

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