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See life in a cubic foot, visit Roman artifacts, and more to do

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7:00am, March 27, 2016
a coral reef in French Polynesia

INSIDE THE BOX  A new Smithsonian exhibit explores the diversity of life that passes through a given cubic foot of land or water in one day (coral reef in French Polynesia shown).

Dinosaurs Among Us

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With help from fossils and life-size models, this exhibit lays out the evidence — from feathers to nesting behavior — that links dinosaurs to birds.

American Museum of Natural History, New York City

Life in One Cubic Foot

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In this interactive exhibit, count up the different types of organisms that pass through a cubic foot of land or water in a single day in various habitats, including a coral reef in French Polynesia.

Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History, Washington, D.C.

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