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  1. Angolan Fruit Bat

    Look at the beautiful tropical habitat of this important bat, who pollinates flowers and distributes seeds around the African tropics. Learn More
  2. Thirteen-Lined Ground Squirrel (With Hibernation Scene)

    Discover the vibrant coat that gives this creature its name, then explore its intricate underground burrow. Learn More
  3. Red Fox (Playful Cub)

    Look at this prairie-dwelling red fox cub! As a member of the dog family, he eats small rodents and rabbits, and is known for his craftiness. Learn More
  4. Ermine

    See how this most common weasel of the northern United States takes a ferocious turn when preying on mice, rats and sometimes even large rabbits and birds. Learn More
  5. Mink (Teeth Bared)

    Learn about the aquatic nature of these excellent swimmers, who hunt for food on both land and water. Learn More
  6. Common Raccoon (Standing)

    Get an up close look at the agile hands of this raccoon and imagine him making the transition from wooded area to urban area. Learn More
  7. Deer Mouse (1)

    Follow the tracks of this tiny rodent into the forest, where she munches on seeds, grains, grasses and berries. Learn More
  8. Taxidermy (American Red Squirrel - Spring)

    Learn about squirrel in its forest habitat while exploring what's real and what's not! Borrow this case before visiting the Museum's dioramas to understand the process of taxidermy. Learn More
  9. Virginia Opossum (4)

    Examine the functional body structure of this marsupial, whose long tail and pouch are used to carry young and materials used to build nests. Learn More
  10. Prairie Dog

    Watch for the prairie dog to pop out of its desert burrow, and learn about its dramatic population reduction. Learn More

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