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Age of Mammals Media

Go in depth with our researchers and the unique specimens from the 
Age of Mammals exhibit.
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Do Dolphins Have Hair?

Our mammal researchers answer this and other questions on our Mammalogy FAQs page.
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First Fridays goes 3D

Take a virtual tour of some of the galleries, visit our Flickr page, and get a unique look at specimens with your First Fridays 3D glasses. Learn more >


Curator's Cupboard


Active Research

Curator's Cupboards are a chance for curators and Museum visitors to meet, and share a glimpse of the amazing specimens and artifacts you won't get to see on a routine visit to the Museum. In past events, our curators have shared rare marine and mammal specimens, actual meteorites, and dinosaur fossils, and insect critters so exotic you'd think they were from Mars.

For more information contact us at or 213.763.3499

Spectacular Treasures: Resilient Lives Past and Present  This event will be held at the La Brea Tar Pits and Page Museum!

February 28, 2015 
9:30 am- 3:30 pm

Giant sloths, ferocious saber-toothed cats, and huge mammoths once roamed Southern California. Equally impressive are the vast number of animals that survived the Ice Age and who still live today. Join our research and collections staff from both the Page and Natural History Museum as they delve into the resilient lives from animals past and present.