The train rumbled past the local stop at West 81st Street, by the Museum of natural history.
A crowd of kids swarmed around him during a visit to the Museum of natural history, asking for photographs.
“As advertised, this natural history museum delivers a unique and unparalleled experience,” he writes.
Together, they visit the Museum of natural history, with Sally wearing those gogo boots that Don nixed.
Museums of natural history display the biggest meteorites, tallest dinosaurs, and millipedes with the most legs.
Pliny, as a matter of course, believed this marvelous story, and has inserted it in brief in his compilation of natural history.
Hippocrates thus appears to have studied "the natural history of diseases."
It is full of word-splitting and conjuring with terms, and abounds in natural history facts.
natural history is not to him an affair of the herbarium or the cabinet.
In 1858 he received a memoir from Mr. Wallace, who was then studying the natural history of the Malay Archipelago.
natural history n.
The study and description of organisms and natural objects, especially their origins, evolution, and interrelationships.
A collection of facts about the development of a natural process or object.
|natural history |
The study and description of living things and natural objects, especially their origins, evolution, and relationships to one another. Natural history includes the sciences of zoology, mineralogy, geology, and paleontology.