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Opened in 1914, the Royal Ontario Museum (ROM) showcases art, culture, and nature from around the globe and across the ages. One of North America's most renowned cultural institutions, Canada's largest museum is home to a world-class collection of more than six million objects and specimens, featured in 40 gallery and exhibition spaces.
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1 day ago by Royal Ontario MuseumFossil Friday - Rodents! 🐀1 day ago
He said that the study of rodent homology has been greatly advanced with the help of "Rodent People", is that a new species of Homo that I have not heard of yet? Or, could it possibly a reference to an alien- human hybrid, like the Reptilian Annunaki, who currently secretly run the world?1 day ago
i find it amazing that you find these items! How to even notice that it is not a rock or bad tree roots. Oh love that molar!!!
2 days ago by Royal Ontario MuseumHappy THORSday!
Gold, silver and bronze
The pendant is in the shape of a fishtail and consists of 35 pieces. Hoard find, Krasse, Guldrupe, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 6387
Bronze, gold and silver
The box brooch has intricate ornamentation in gold and silver. Hoard find, Krasse, Guldrupe, Gotland, Sweden. SHM 6387
FID 120461 (box brooch)
2 days ago by Royal Ontario MuseumIn Hot Water – the Ongoing Debate on Bottled Water Extraction in Ontario1 day ago
This fight is about Nestle's not about water. There is an on going well organized group doing everything to destroy this company. They use environmental groups as a front. The have tried the same tactics on Procter and Gamble. Using the internet to push the agenda by telling people that products were toxic to pets.1 day ago
Nestle has been stealing water from California state lands for several years now. After the agreement with the Parks Dept expired, they just kept pumping.1 day ago
Just say NO to bottled water and get a reusable water filtered bottle! Save money and the environment! Ban bottled water.1 day ago
Nestle needs tae leave our water alone & get outta Canada🇨🇦. Our government needs to be doing more to protect our countries resources.
3 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum💎Mineral Mornings💎3 days ago Royal Ontario Museum
Apologies for the technical issues everyone, we’ll be back with another Mineral Morning next week!3 days ago Royal Ontario Museum
If you have questions for Ian and Katherine put them in the comments3 days ago Royal Ontario Museum
Thanks for tuning in everyone!3 days ago
Do any of your samples come from the oceans? With most of the ocean's floor not explored, is there chances of new discoveries with it's exploration?3 days ago
You guys should have a macro camera set up above an examination space on the table so that the viewers can get a good shot without the "zoom in and see nothing." Like an overhead projector.
4 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum🔬Microscope Mysteries🔬4 days ago
It would be cool if in the future you could do like a picture in picture; main image is the microscope feed, with camera feed in the corner. Like how streamers from twitch.tv often do their videos. No way to see details from the scope this video unfortunately.
4 days ago by Royal Ontario MuseumIt is the first day of Spring, have you seen a Robin yet?
Date: Collected in 1930
Dimensions: W=30 cm; H=23 cm
Object number: 931.84.09
Not on view3 days ago
I watched a whole flock of robins in WIillowdale this January feeding in a wooded area . I'm told that this flock always stays all winter and never migrates.3 days ago
I appreciate the work , but what jumps out at me is the wings are too small for the head and body of the robin4 days ago
I have a collection of prints of birds that he had put in National Geographic and set I got from sending away to the makers of Cheerios from a cereal box as a kid.
4 days ago by Royal Ontario MuseumWe remember Sudan for all that he represented: hope, strength, and perseverance. His life will not be in vain, and we believe his death will spark a new generation of conservationists worldwide.
5 days ago by Royal Ontario Museum"Untitled (No Fields)"
Esmaa Mohamoud, 201814 hours ago
Valuing the right to Peaceful protest is an important part of patriotism and the angry attacks on the protesters was so hypocritical. Taking the knee during the anthem was elegant and eloquent. Keeping black men down, fearful of the law, repeatedly threatened by the law in one police shooting after another has brought the ‘overseer’ presence into the 21st century. We should all be taking the knee during the anthem. Striving for betterment is the height of patriotism.
5 days ago by Royal Ontario MuseumToday we're celebrating our 104th birthday, the museum opened to the public on this day in 1914!5 days ago
Happy birthday to the ROM! I have enjoyed numerous visits there throughout the years. I'm happy that I have a yearly membership now....
1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum"Head hunter" by Kutub Uddin, Bangladesh/UK
1 week ago by Royal Ontario MuseumFossil Friday - Tusks
1 week ago by Royal Ontario MuseumOur favourite visitor photo of the week - also a reminder that our Dior exhibition is EXTENDED until April 8th!
1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum💎Mineral Mornings💎1 week ago Royal Ontario Museum
Marianne if following along if you have questions1 week ago Royal Ontario Museum
Thanks for tuning in everyone!1 week ago
Mineral gallery is my all time fav! I visit it every time I visit, especially during FNL!
1 week ago by Royal Ontario MuseumExtended by popular demand. Dior is now open until April 8. 💃🏻
1 week ago by Royal Ontario Museum"Hiking Black Creek" 2017
Born, lives, and works in Toronto, Ontario
1 week ago by Royal Ontario MuseumIt's the final week to see Wildlife Photographer of the Year! Don't miss it!1 week ago
The exhibit is fantastic, and makes you think as well. I saw it twice - and the rhino collage still hunts me (and it's not like I haven't seen similar pictures before, or I wasn't aware... it's just the impact of seeing them close-up). That holds true for most of the pictures - loved them!1 week ago
I highly recommend this fantastic exhibit. Give yourself enough time to read the information provided about each photo and the photographer, as it adds background and context to the subject matter.1 week ago
This was a stunning exhibit of photographs. Worth the visit. I went with my friend Andrew Mallouk
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