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Scot Miller spent 120 days retracing Thoreau's footsteps for his new book, “Thoreau, The Maine Woods: A Photographic Journey through an American Wilderness” (photo 2). An exhibition of Miller's photographs are now on view at the Harvard Museum of Natural History (photo 3).

At one with Thoreau

Photographs inspired by ‘Maine Woods’ on display at Harvard Museum of Natural History



It’s been 75 million years since birds lost their teeth, to this day mutant chickens will grow teeth — teeth that bear a close resemblance to their ancient and remarkably close relative, the alligator, Arkhat Abzhanov, associate professor of organismic and evolutionary biology, told his Harvard Museum of Natural History audience.

Before takeoff

Lecture on dinosaur-bird connection is first in five-part ‘Evolution Matters’ series