The blog is where we'll post news, updates, information about objects in our collection, #betterworkstories, profiles of staff members and visitors, pictures and videos, and really anything we think you'd find interesting. We hope you enjoy.
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In what is undoubtedly a significant coup for New Zealand, Otago Museum has secured exclusive New Zealand rights to host the blockbuster exhibition James Cameron – Challenging the Deep.
While most people know New Zealand to be the land of birds, few are aware that it’s also a special place for lizards or mokomoko. Collection Officer, Natural Science On Lee Lau tells us more.
Today marks the second annual observation of World Bee Day. Science Communicator Samantha Kingsbury explains why bees are worth celebrating.
Missed our Museum Week 2019 videos on social media? Here's another chance to watch.
Many questions have arisen around the Ara-moa project so here we attempt to provide some answers.
Occasionally, a discovery of something truly monumental finds its way to just the right person, even when communicated through unconventional channels...
Welcome to the Sky Guide, your monthly guide to what's happening in the heavens this May.
On Saturday 4 May, Otago Museum is releasing more than 700 images of collection items and galleries in Wikipedia for use under a Creative Commons Attribution license.
Archaeologists love middens because they contain a wealth of information about how people used to live. Museum Guide Merryn Chynoweth tells us more.
Growing a range of different plants in your garden won't just make it look pretty – it'll also help attract precious pollinators. Science Communicator Samantha Kingsbury explains more.
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