The University of Michigan Museum of Natural History is a natural history museum in Ann Arbor, Michigan, USA. The Hall of Evolution on the Museum's second floor has Michigan's largest display of fossils including dinosaurs, ancient whales, and mastodons. The Michigan Wildlife Gallery on the third floor includes a large collection of taxidermy animals native to the Great Lakes, habitat scenes, and displays about regional environmental problems.
A mastodon trackway is also on the third floor.The fourth floor includes exhibitions on geology, anthropology, and astronomy. Two galleries currently display exhibits on "Evolution & Health" and archaeological research work in the U-M Museum of Archaeological Anthropology. The first floor Rotunda Lobby currently displays "The Invisible World of Mites."