President Theodore “Teddy” Roosevelt was a lifelong naturalist who gave federal protection to almost 230 million acres of land during his time in office. This Saturday, the American Museum of Natural History (AMNH) is holding their annual Identification Day to celebrate his legacy. Playing Nature Detective for a Day At Identification Day, AMNH scientists analyze and identify objects found in nature and brought in by the public, from rocks and feathers to whale jawbones. One year, an attendee turned out to be the proud owner of a 5,000-year-old stone spear point from Morocco. MakerBot will be on the scene, demoing our MakerBot Replicator 2 Desktop 3D Printers and MakerBot Digitizers. AMNH scientists will stop by our booth to explain the many ways in which they use 3D printing in their work. Tiny Teddy Giveaway AMNH and MakerBot also teamed up to celebrate the accomplishments of President Roosevelt, Thingiverse-style. AMNH designers created a miniature bust of President Roosevelt, dubbed it “Tiny Teddy,” and uploaded the model to Thingiverse. MakerBot has 3D printed Tiny Teddys to give to the first 2,000 attendees to arrive at Identification Day. Join MakerBot at AMNH Identification Day this Saturday, May 10th from noon – 4pm at the Theodore Roosevelt Memorial Hall. Museum admission is free for members and $22-$35 for guests.