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The Academy condemns the killing of George Floyd—and acknowledges that anti-racism must begin in our own house.
Stunning images of Earth and its lifeforms represent the best nature and wildlife photographers in the world
Over 41,000 citizen scientists—some while sheltering in place—provided important urban biodiversity observations
Rayna Bell, African frog expert, joins the Academy’s Institute for Biodiversity Science and Sustainability.
Deep mesophotic reefs are unique systems bursting with life and deserving of lasting protection.
48 top images represent the best in nature and conservation photography from around the world.
A growing user community helps observe and monitor more than 165,000 species around the world.
Watch a colorful nudibranch crawl across your desk or be circled by a green sea turtle with new Snapchat Lenses.
Summer music series returns to the Academy from July through October.
Scientific divers at the California Academy of Sciences engineer a portable chamber to study new fishes.
New exhibit explores the giant natural phenomena that make Northern California like nowhere else on the planet.
Endangered chicks are part of important Species Survival Plan, aimed at sustaining African penguin populations.
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