OLogy: Around the World with DNA

Travel around the world with museum scientists: from Madagascar to Indonesia.

Scientists travel around the world to observe many different animal species and to collect their DNA . By analyzing DNA, scientists can figure out the kinds of animals that live on our planet, where they live, and the ways in which they’re related. This information helps protect endangered animals and the habitats they live in.

Check out these scientists’ journals from around the world!


Conservation & Sustainability, Genetics, Zoology
Fish, Owls, Parrots, Tigers, Whales
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