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Life at the Limits: Stories of Amazing Species explores the diverse and sometimes jaw-dropping strategies animals and plants employ to find food, fend off predators, reproduce, and thrive in habitats many would find inhospitable, even lethal. 

The exhibition introduces visitors to bizarre mating calls, extraordinary examples of parasitism and mimicry, and other amazing means of survival, using specimens, videos,

interactive exhibits, and models, including a climbable Hercules beetle.

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* These early stage concept visuals were produced for "Life at the Limits: Stories of Amazing Species" exhibition at American Museum of Natural History by their request. 

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