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Paleontologist Gregg Gunnell, Director of the Division of Fossil Primates from 2011-2017, amidst the DFP’s collection of more than 30,000 fossils. Specimens range from 55 million to 500 years old and provide important clues to primate evolution. Photo by Duke University Photography.

The Division of Fossil Primates (DFP) houses rare and unique collections of vertebrates from around the world that document the complexity, diversity, and evolutionary history of life over the past 55 million years. Thesecollections include what is probably the world’s largest and most important collection of early anthropoid primates , the group that includes living monkeys, apes, and humans. In addition, itsskeletal specimens of extinct giant lemurs from Madagascar are unmatched anywhere else in the world.

Over 30,000 specimens are housed at DFP and span time ranges from 55 to 48 million years (Wyoming), 37 to 19 million years (Egypt), 18 to 7 million years (India), and 10,000 to 500 years (Madagascar).

Although the DFP collections focus primarily on primates,many other mammals and vertebrates are also represented. Specimens range from nearly complete skeletons of subfossils from Madagascar to skulls, dentitions, and isolated postcranial elements from Egypt, India, and Wyoming. An extensive collection of comparative casts and recent primate skeletons is also included in the DFP collections.

Duke and the Duke Lemur Center areusingMorphoSource to build a “virtual ark” of the DFP’s fossils, giving researchers and students — even high-schoolers! — in the U.S. and around the worldfree access to our fossil specimenswithout having to drive or flyto our facility. “By scanning them in the microCT and creating these beautiful 3-D models, we can digitize the specimens and share them online. Instead of being locked in a museum drawer, they’re freely available .” Ourgoal is to make every specimen in the DFP’s vastcollection digitally available as soon as possible.

DFP specimens currently available for download and study via MorphoSource can be viewed here .

MorphoSource was developed by Doug Boyer of Duke’s Department of Evolutionary Anthropology. To learn how digitizing natural history collections and making them digitally available to anyone with a computer and internet access “stands to have a transformative impact on natural sciences,” see “Natural history collections in the digital age” (Research Features Magazine, 2017) .

The Community Tour brings a full professional Shakespeare production to Delawareans with little or no access to the arts.

Our annual production in Rockwood Park is "summer's must-do event." Pack a picnic and join your friends and neighbors under the stars!

We envision a Delaware where people from all walks of life celebrate and explore their shared humanity through the lens of Shakespearean works.

Your generosity helps to brings our community together for vibrant theatre and learning experiences.

Saturday, May 5 – 9am – Lums Pond State Park REGISTER HERE Are you ready to Run For The Bard? Lace up your sneakers with Producing Artistic Director David Stradley and lots of FODS (Friends of Del Shakes) as we run the Delaware Charity Challenge 5K … and raise money for our ever-growing roster of […]

Monday, April 23 – 6:30pm – Chelsea Tavern CLICK HERE TO SIGN UP A TEAM We’re taking one of the most popular segments of our Valentine’s show and making it the star of its own night at our first ever Del Shakes “Bards Dispense Profanity” Game Night. Here’s how it works: You put together a […]

CLICK HERE FOR VOLUNTEER INFORMATION SHEET April 23, 2018 is William Shakespeare’s 454th birthday. To celebrate, Delaware Shakespeare would like to present every single play Shakespeare ever wrote in the course of one hour, at the Rehoboth Beach Bandstand, on Saturday, April 21. So we could use some help! In partnership with Clear Space Theatre […]

In association with its 2018 summer production ofMuch Ado About Nothing (directed by Bi Jean Ngo),Delaware Shakespeare offers apprenticeships for college students who wish to gain professional experience before graduation. Apprentices work with Del Shakes’ professional directors, actors, designers, and staff to gain hands-on experience both on and off the stage. Del Shakes offers performance, […]

Del Shakes is pleased to announce the fun mix of scenes, sonnets, song, and interactive elements that will make up the February 16 17 performances ofShakespeare + St. Valentine. Get your tickets here! Click here for more information. PLAYLIST “Sigh No More” – Lyrics from Much Ado About Nothing “Love Story” (Song) Troilus and […]

Matthew S. Meyer, County Executive. New Castle County's Rockwood Park is the summer home of Delaware Shakespeare. www.rockwood.org

Delaware Shakespeare is supported, in part, by a grant from the Delaware Division of the Arts , a state agency, in partnership with the National Endowment for the Arts . The Division promotes Delaware arts events on delawarescene.org .

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