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cheri amour 7h
Reluctantly returning this magical read from after spending the last few weeks in the company of sea beasts and 19th century Victorian London with proto-detective Bridie Devine πŸ•΅οΈβ€β™€οΈ
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Charlotte Hartong Jan 14
Our Sloth seems especially chill this morning. Be more like Sloth.
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Paolo Viscardi Jan 9
Oh, so we're sharing now are we?
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Bookish chat Apr 28
*GIVEAWAY* I think when I reach 6000 followers I will giveaway copies of my two most recent favourite books. by and by . Just follow and retweet to be in with a chance of winning! I’ll pick a winner when I hit 6000. UK only
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Grant Museum of Zoology May 18
Happy from everyone here at the Grant Museum of Zoology and all of our moles
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Clifton Park and Museum Jan 10
All the other museums are showing off their this week so we decided to join in. Here are some favourites of ours from the spirit specimen collection: a happy snake and some pickled flowers!
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Paolo Viscardi Jan 9
Replying to @PaoloViscardi
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Grant Museum of Zoology Feb 25
People of all ages have drawn inspiration from our collection and we love to take the opportunity to showcase the artistic talents of our visitors. Check out these amazing drawings from Saturday! Come and visit and add your own drawing to our collection.
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Museum of Zoology, Cambridge Jan 9
Replying to @TheMERL @britishmuseum
Sure, there have been some decent ducks in this thread, but how many of them have THREE LEGS? πŸ¦΅πŸ¦΅πŸ¦΅πŸ¦†
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Claire McGlasson Jan 3
Reader I loved it. I fell hard. Just as I knew I would. The murky grotesqueries of Victorian London. The misfits, miscreants and monsters. The tenderness found in the most unexpected of pIaces. I savoured every page of . Thank you
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Linda Green Feb 26
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Bethan James Apr 14
Thanks Sunday Express for a stunning review of by ! πŸ” β€œSomething to cherish on every page. Utterly unique, entirely beguiling .” 🌟🌟🌟🌟🌟
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Natural History Museum Feb 21
Some for : Belgian-born naturalist George Albert Boulenger worked in the Museum's Zoology Department from 1882 until he retired in 1920. Over the course of his career, he described and gave scientific names to more than 2,000 animal species.
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Natural History Museum Jan 8
Great to see getting some love! What do you think of ours? πŸ™
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C&W Apr 12
**FRIDAY GIVEAWAY** We're finally on Instagram πŸ€— and to celebrate we're giving away 5 signed copies of 's phenomenal new novel along with some themed transfer tattoos. RT and, to be in with a chance to win, follow us over on
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Natural History Museum Jan 9
Since we're on ducks AND now, it may be time for us to break out the co-joined duck foetus? Its bones have been highlighted red with Alizarin staining.
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Holly Cave Jan 14
This book is as stunning as the praise heaped upon it. drew me in from the first sentence and held me, transfixed. Utterly beguiling and original, writes so beautifully that every sentence was a delight. This novel deserves to soar...
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Jess Kidd Jun 5
Wonderful to see on this list among some fabulous holiday time reads! 25 great books to see you through the summer via
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Jack Ashby Jan 11
One Two Three Four Five Six Seven Eight Nine Tenrec! 😍
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Neats Jun 23
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