Moving out of human history for a moment, and into biodiversity. The ROM features displays of animals from around the world through this section. This rhino posed something of a challenge in terms of framing a photograph.
As did this bison, a native of the North American plains.
Capturing an image through glass, of course, can be a nuisance, but I like the stance of this leopard.
In this nearby area, the glass is removed. This part of the museum offers a more up close experience for kids, touching things, with staff on hand. This raccoon and beaver are placed side by side here.
While this wolf, not behind glass, is still close enough to the passerby to appreciate. I have heard the howl of wolves on a number of occasions, and it's pure magic. I have even had the good fortune to see them from time to time, including sharing a clifftop with a wolf in Algonquin Park several years ago. That's the kind of experience you never forget.