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The Delaware Museum of Natural History opened its doors in 1972 to excite and inform people about the natural world through exploration and discovery.
Encounter life-sized dinosaurs, look beneath the seas, experience an African Watering Hole, come face-to-face with a jaguar, marvel at the diversity of birds and shells from around the world…These and many other discoveries await you at the Delaware Museum of Natural History!
For Giving Tuesday, our goal is to raise $2,000 to help care for our Nature Nook animals, including Natasha the tortoise, Stanley the gecko, Imbe the African pygmy hedgehog and Marley the bearded dragon — and the other 17 animals who live at the Museum. If 100 Museum friends donate just $20 each, we’ll reach our goal, which goes a long way towards feeding the animals, paying for medical visits, and keeping the warming lights on for our sun-loving bearded dragons, snakes and turtles.