Alexi Chisler, an exhibition coordinator with the American Museum of Natural History, gets into her work.
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“Extreme Mammals,” a travelling exhibit of artifacts from the American Museum of Natural History demonstrating the remarkable diversity in the mammal kingdom, opens Saturday, March 2, at Fernbank Museum of Natural History. The museum is open Monday-Saturday, 10-5; Sunday, noon-5. Tickets: $17.50 adults, $16.50 seniors and students; $15.50 children 3-12; members free and children 2 and under free; 767 Clifton Road NE, Atlanta, 30307; information: 404-929-6300, fernbankmuseum.org/.