Ross D. E. MacPhee, a curator in the Mammalogy Deparment and supervising curator of the restoration of the Hall of North American Mammals, explains how both species featured in the American bison and pronghorn antelope diorama thrive today because of the careful efforts of committed conservationists such as Theodore Roosevelt. The restored Hall of North American Mammals and the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial reopen October 2012. Visit http://amnh.org/roosevelt for more information.CREDITS:MUSIC"E Boogie" by Colin Shaddick & Roger Nichollshttp://freemusicarchive.org/music/Colin_Shaddick__Roger_Nicholls/PHOTOGRAPHYAMNH ArchivesAMNH/D. FinninTheodore Roosevelt Collection, Harvard College LibraryLibrary of CongressNational Park ServiceU.S. Department of AgricultureU. S. Fish and Wildlife ServiceWestern History/Genealogy Department, Denver Public LibraryVIDEOAMNH/J. BauerleS. Sfarra
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