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Will We Manage to Save Biodiversity?

מארג החיים

Will We Manage to Save Biodiversity?

About COP15, the United Nations summit of nations on the biodiversity crisis

Studying Past Climates to Prepare for the Future

צילום מתוך התערוכה

Studying Past Climates to Prepare for the Future

How do we know the climate is changing? In nature, we can find indicators of what was here in the past—we just need to know where to look

White Coral. Dead Coral.

הלבנת אלמוגים

White Coral. Dead Coral.

massive coral bleaching. Why should it concern us? and what can science offer?

Wolf tales

זאב שצולם על ציר סגור של הצבא על הגבול עם סוריה

Wolf tales

How can we promote coexistence of wolves and humans? Shlomo Preiss-Bloom, a researcher at the Steinhardt Museum, is trying to help solve this conflict through ecological research.

Birds Make Us Happy

שרק מצוי

Birds Make Us Happy

new German study: greater bird biodiversity brings greater joy to people

Aesthetics of insects

תצלומי החרקים של לבון ביס

Aesthetics of insects

On nature's aesthetics, inspiration, and insects

Advice for girls in science

נערות מבקרות במוזיאון הטבע בתל אביב

Advice for girls in science

Museum's female researchers and employees in advice for girls

The Formosan Termite

טרמיט פורמוזי בהגדלה

The Formosan Termite

The Formosan Termite is here. What should we do?

Beehives Threatening Mt. Hermon Ecosystem

כוורות בחרמון - אחיק דורצין - לאתר

Beehives Threatening Mt. Hermon Ecosystem

Intensive rearing of honey bees is threatening the ecosystem of Mt. Hermon Nature Reserve

Post-doctoral Fellowship Recipients 2020

בניין המוזיאון הטבע ע

Post-doctoral Fellowship Recipients 2020

congratulations to the recipients of the SMNH Fellowships!

Eat, Save the Planet, Love: A Summary of the EAT-Lancet Report

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Eat, Save the Planet, Love: A Summary of the EAT-Lancet Report

The EAT-Lancet Report is the most up-to-date and comprehensive scientific review of healthy nutrition for humans from environmentally healthy food systems.

Suez Canal Disaster

150 שנה לחנוכת תעלת סואץ

Suez Canal Disaster

The 150th anniversary of the Suez Canal

Wildlife on the Galapagos Islands

חיי הטבע באיי גלאפגוס

Wildlife on the Galapagos Islands

How an archipelago near the Equator became a major focus for nature researchers

The Father Schmitz Collection

מייצגים מתוך אוצר האוספים

The Father Schmitz Collection

The Father Schmitz collection, on display in the ‘Treasures of Biodiversity’ exhibition at the Steinhardt Museum of Natural History

Interactions among living organisms

שושנונים

Interactions among living organisms

In every environment, living organisms carry out a range of fascinating interactions.

How did the wolf become man’s best friend?

Wolf

How did the wolf become man’s best friend?

Not everyone knows that the dog was the first animal to be domesticated by man.

Prof. Tamar Dayan: the new Natural History Museum

Prof. Tamar Dayan

Prof. Tamar Dayan: the new Natural History Museum

Encouraging curiosity, discovery, and exploration: watch the Museum's chair.

God has a soft spot for beetles

beetle

God has a soft spot for beetles

Every fourth animal known today is… a beetle! How is this possible?

What makes a bird a bird?

Bird

What makes a bird a bird?

Despite their enormous diversity, all birds share several major traits.

A sea of wheat…

wheat

A sea of wheat…

No matter what you choose to eat, chances are you’re eating wheat in one form or another.

Treasuring nature

Treasuring nature

Treasuring nature

How do we describe a new species of insects? And what is the connection between the natural history collections and biological pest control? On the central role of the natural history collections in the documentation, conservation and study of animals and plants, and in helping to maintain ecological balance.

The acacia tree: a web of life in the desert

Exhibition

The acacia tree: a web of life in the desert

Read about the complex and fascinating interactions among living organisms in and around the acacia tree.

Living treasures

Living treasures

Living treasures

Millions of years of evolution led to the development of millions of species of animals, whose bodies contain an enormous range of unique natural products.

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