Музей естественной истории Карнеги: различия между версиями

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{{редактирую|1=[[special:contributions/Dmitri Lytov|Dmitri Lytov]]|2=10 сентября 2009}}
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'''Музей естественной истории Карнеги''', {{lang-en|Carnegie Museum of Natural History}}, located in the [[Oakland (Pittsburgh)|Oakland]] neighborhood of [[Pittsburgh]], [[Pennsylvania]], USA, was founded by the [[List of people from the Pittsburgh metropolitan area|Pittsburgh-based]] [[industrialist]] [[Andrew Carnegie]] in 1896. It maintains an international reputation continuing research and is ranked among the top five [[List of natural history museums|natural history museums]] in the United States and features 20 exhibit halls.<ref name="history">[http://www.carnegiemnh.org/news/index.html Carnegie Museum of Natural History — Press Room]</ref>
 
From the discovery of ''[[Diplodocus]] carnegii'' to the [[skull]] of [[Samson (dinosaur)|Samson]], the most complete ''[[Tyrannosaurus]] rex'' skull known to date, and the brand new, yet to be named, species of [[oviraptorosaur]] the Carnegie Museum of Natural History has the third largest, and one of the finest, [[dinosaur]] collections in the world.<ref>{{cite newspaper | url=http://www.post-gazette.com/magazine/19990702dippy2.asp | title=Dippy the star-spangled dinosaur | last= Batz Jr. | first=Bob | newspaper=Pittsburgh Post-Gazette | location=Pittsburgh, PA | date=1999-07-02 | accessdate=2009-08-11}}</ref> Other exhibits include the [[Hillman Hall of Minerals and Gems]], the [[Alcoa]] Foundation Hall of American Indians, [[Polar World: Wyckoff Hall of Arctic Life]], the [[Walton Hall of Ancient Egypt]], the [[Benedum Hall of Geology]] and the [[Powdermill Nature Reserve]], established by the museum in 1956 to serve as a field station for long-term studies of natural populations. The museum also recently discovered the ''[[Fruitafossor windscheffeli]]''.