EXPLORING OUR NATURAL FUTURE.
The vast expanse of the Arctic represents only 5% of the planet, yet its importance to the health and survival of all life on earth cannot be overstated. For over 100 years, the Canadian Museum of Nature has led scientific study in the Arctic — above and below the ice. Our knowledgedriven researchers continue to expand humanity’s understanding of the natural world. Because the more we know about the natural history of the Arctic, the better we can predict our collective natural future. Explore this unique region and Canada’s incredible biodiversity in our world-class galleries at the Canadian Museum of Nature. nature.ca
MUSEUM PALEOBIOLOGIST NATALIA RYBCZYNSKI LEADS HER TEAM NEAR THE SHORES OF STRATHCONA FIORD ON ELLESMERE ISLAND, NU. RESEARCH SUPPORTED BY THE W. GARFIELD WESTON FOUNDATION.