EX­PLOR­ING OUR NAT­U­RAL FU­TURE.

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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.

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