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A new study has found that sea otters are able to eat harder, larger prey and reduce tooth damage by using tools.

Burke members are invited to drop by the Learning Lab to try out some activities with the Burke Education team.

New study analyzes role of scent compounds in the co-evolution of bats and pepper plants.

The Burke Museum and Woodland Park Zoo have joined together for the lively Wild at Heart partnership series to celebrate local cultural organizations.

A new study documents the earliest-known fossil evidence of any primate. 

A new study by Burke Museum paleontologists finds the earliest evidence of mammal social behavior that goes back to the Age of the Dinosaurs.

Learn more about the plants and animals living in your backyard and around the state.

Rodents make up 40 percent of all mammal species, but researchers are still puzzled as to how they became so diverse.

Scientists have discovered an extraordinary collection of fossils that reveal in detail how life recovered after a catastrophic event.