Bernard Family Hall of North American Animals- This 43-diorama hall is one of the largest and showcases a snapshot of North America’s rich biodiversity. Large animals such as brown bears, moose, bison, and extinct mammals of the ice age can be found here.
Akeley Hall of African Mammals- Focusing on the large mammals of Africa, this hall features elephants and other wildlife, such as lions, gorillas, and rhinos, from the Serengeti, Nile River, and Congo.
Asian Mammals- Witness the Asian elephants in this hall featuring large mammals from India, Myanmar, and South East Asia. Buffalo, leopards, gibbons, and rhinos can also be seen here, along with tigers and pandas.
New York State Mammals- More than 50 land mammals are presented in this hall of animals that live, or have lived, in New York State, including cougars, elk, river otters, deer, and timber wolves.
Hall of Primates- This hall includes all mammals that are part of the ape, monkey, or human species as well as some close relatives of primates such as shrews. Visitors can learn about the connection between humans and our primate cousins.
Hall of Small Mammals- Smaller North American animals are showcased in this hall, which includes squirrels, wolverines, minks, and badgers. Photo: AMNH/D. Finnin
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