Some 290 million years ago, giant dragonflies and saber-toothed mammals ruled the earth — then a mass extinction took them out.
On damp nights in the winter in North Carolina, a mating ritual surfaces where thousands of salamanders gather to lay eggs.
At the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences, bits of rock from outer space are a chance to contemplate our place in the universe.
NC State professor Dr. Brian Jackson’s soil research comes to fruition each holiday season in the most vibrant way.
Zanno calls this relative of the Tyrannosaurus rex the “harbinger of doom”