Idaho Museum of Natural History

Idaho Museum Of Natural History

Idaho Museum of Natural History (IMNH) is the state's official natural history museum located on the Campus of Idaho State University located in Pocatello. Founded in 1934, it has collections in anthropology, vertebrate paleontology, earth science, and the life sciences. Additionally, it contains an archive of documents and ethnographic photographs.

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Idaho Museum Of Natural History - Role of Idaho State University
... The IMNH was established under Idaho Statutes with the intention of Recognizing the importance of our natural heritage to citizens of the state of Idaho ... Under Idaho Statute, IMNH is intended to display Idaho’s natural history ... The museum allows students the opportunity to conduct research on many of the artifacts that are in the museums collection ...

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