Follow Richard Jacobs Into the Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City, OK

Over 30 impressive photographs of bone specimens are captured and their possible meanings pondered by Richard Jacobs in today’s episode. Tune in to follow him through the Museum of Osteology in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, the world’s largest privately-held collection of osteological pieces.

It’s a place where science and art intersect, where beauty is in the eye of the inquisitive beholder.

Listen in to explore:

  • How the museum came to be what it is today
  • 7 observations that’ll make you stop and think
  • The function of the skeleton, and the amazing things it allows creatures to accomplish
  • A possible explanation for why so many skeletal commonalities exist among thousands of vertebrate species

Interested in learning more? Just press play.

Museum of Osteology

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