One of the most iconic and beloved images of the Royal BC Museum is Woolly the Woolly mammoth featured in the Natural History gallery. But Woolly was not the only kind of mammoth roaming the earth during the Ice Age, Columbian mammoths were here too.
This Week in History, Season 4 Episode 21. Published on Feb 10, 2016
Fieldtrippers are public walks in the Greater Victoria area led by researchers from the Royal BC Museum. These outings commemorate the first nature walks led by museum staff 125 years ago. On a field trip to Island View Beach, museum staff teach us about the fossilized animals from our glacial past found in the cliff sediment layers. From This Week in History Season 4 Episode 2.
Watch as Lyuba (pronounced Lee-OO-bah), a 40,000 year-old baby Woolly mammoth (Mammuthus primigenius) is installed in the Royal BC Museum’s feature exhibition Mammoths! Giants of the Ice Age.
Lyuba is on loan from the Shemanovsky Museum-Exhibition Complex in Russia.
Ice grass is a valuable part of the Royal BC Museum's botany collection that helps paint a picture of what our province looked like during the Ice Age. From This Week in History Season 3 Episode 14.