A collection of eggs from seabirds, shorebirds, forest and grassland birds – even a giant flightless bird – arranged in separate boxes. The boxes are placed in a grid pattern on a table.

All Things Beautiful

New book reveals hundreds of specimens from the Florida Museum of Natural History
Photography by Kristen B. Grace
Text by Heather Dewar

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Cover art of Explore Spring 2023 issue depicting a jumping spider with bright red and green hair standing with front arms raised on a green leaf.

From the Archive

honey bees
UF lab is focused on keeping honey bees healthy
Mammoth in Florida Museum
On its 100th anniversary, Florida Museum researchers are applying new technologies to old specimens
Hero image for Explore Summer '21 feature story, "Data Prospecting"
Not so long ago, a scientist might say she could never have too much data. Even today, in a world drowning in data, it is better to be data-rich than data-poor.