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Evalyn Gates is new head of CMNH
Top scientist provides 'big picture' view of natural history
by WKSU's JEFF ST. CLAIR


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Evelyn Gates, director of the Cleveland Museum of Natural History in the Shafran Planetarium.
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The Cleveland Museum of Natural History has a new director. Evalyn Gates has a doctorate in theoretical particle physics from Case Western Reserve University and is a former director of the Adler planetarium in Chicago. She spent her first week on the her new job getting to know her colleagues - museum researchers and staff, and a new family of ducks in the courtyard pond.
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Ducklings in the natural areas courtyard are favorites of Evalyn Gates.
Evalyn Gates takes a break to count the ducks at the Cleveland Museum of Natural History.
Classic standoff between T.Rex and Triceratops at CMNH.
CMNH director Evalyn Gates and the new triceratops exhibit.
'Lucy' exhibit at CMNH.
Colorful Turkey in the Perkins Wildlife Garden.
Rescued raccoons await lunch in the Perkins Wildlife Garden.
An otter cavorts in a pond in the Perkins Wildlife Garden.
Zeiss projector in the Shafran Planetarium at CMNH.

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