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'''American Museum of Natural History''' - A New York museum, standing on Central Park West and E 79th Street.  
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[[Image:Museum_Natural-History.PNG|thumb|360px|The American Museum of Natural History]]
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'''The American Museum of Natural History''' is a New York museum, standing on Central Park West and E 79th Street.  
  
 
==History==
 
==History==
It contains about 36 million artifacts, ranging from dinosaur bones to meteorites to displays on the native peoples of South America, Asia, Africa, and the Pacific. The [[Mayan Sun Amulet]] was kept here on display after it was brought to [[New York]], until [[Hyena]] attempted to steal it, and [[Broadway]] and [[Lexington]] afterwards removed it to the clock tower to keep it safe.
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It contains about 36 million artifacts, ranging from dinosaur bones to meteorites to displays on the native peoples of [[South America]], [[Asia]], [[Africa]], and the Pacific. The [[Mayan Sun Amulet]] was kept here on display after it was brought to [[New York City]], until [[Hyena]] attempted to steal it, and [[Broadway]] and [[Lexington]] afterwards removed it to the [[Clock Tower|clock tower]] to keep it safe. ''("[[The Green]]")''
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The American Museum of Natural History did not appear to have a museum guard on duty, unlike the [[Museum of Modern Art Guard|Museum of Modern Art]] and the [[Metropolitan Museum of Art Guard|Metropolitan Museum of Art]].
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==See Also==
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*{{wikipedia|American_Museum_of_Natural_History}}
  
[[Category:Canon]]
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[[Category:Canon places]]
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[[Category:Real world places]]

Latest revision as of 02:22, 20 December 2020

The American Museum of Natural History

The American Museum of Natural History is a New York museum, standing on Central Park West and E 79th Street.

History

It contains about 36 million artifacts, ranging from dinosaur bones to meteorites to displays on the native peoples of South America, Asia, Africa, and the Pacific. The Mayan Sun Amulet was kept here on display after it was brought to New York City, until Hyena attempted to steal it, and Broadway and Lexington afterwards removed it to the clock tower to keep it safe. ("The Green")

The American Museum of Natural History did not appear to have a museum guard on duty, unlike the Museum of Modern Art and the Metropolitan Museum of Art.

See Also