The American Museum of Natural History just finished renovating its Teddy Roosevelt Memorial and its Hall of North American Mammals. We give you a sneak peek.
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The American Museum of Natural History in Manhattan, NY, is not only one of the best museums in the world, it's also the beating heart for some of the world's most important conservation efforts. Don't be fooled by the polished exterior, while the museum may be the workplace of squishy city-slicker bookworm types, it's also historically been the headquarters for real outdoorsmen and conservationists. The most prominent being Teddy Roosevelt.
The museum recruited the best taxidermists and artists to touch up the mounts and backgrounds. In some cases, they used entirely new skins on the animals.