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Text: our amazing treasures. Photo of a diamond. Collage of images: photo of a skull of Daspletosaurus torosus CMNFV 8506; illustration of a burying beetle, Nicrophorus sayi; photo of purple saxifrage, Saxifraga oppositifolia.
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Text: Collections are the heart of the Canadian Museum of Nature. Photo: Scott Ercit in the field.
Text: Collections are the heart of the Canadian Museum of Nature. Photo: Scott Ercit in the field.
Text: Collections are the heart of the Canadian Museum of Nature. Photo: Scott Ercit in the field.

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A new horned dinosaur!
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Skull of Chasmosaurus irvinensis CMNFV41357.

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Scientists at Nature discover an important elbaite deposit.
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A specimen of elbaite.


Baseball cards, toy trains, coins, butterflies... you name it, people collect it. People truly love to collect things, learn more about what they collect, and talk about it all.

So do we. Collections are the heart of the Canadian Museum of Nature.

Bob Anderson and a specimen of burying beetle, Nicrophorus sayi.

Bob Anderson and one of his burying beetles.

Nature's scientists are passionate about their studies, and why not? Collections help them to learn more about the complexities and wonders of the natural world. And their learning adds to what we know about the Earth.

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