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Natural History Museum of Utah - Anthropology

As the designated state museum of natural history, we have the privilege of caring for the state’s collections of natural and indigenous cultural objects. We serve people in communities across the urban and rural landscape by providing access to these collections and, through them, communicating the importance and value of the natural world around us, and providing key educational services to develop a science-literate workforce.

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