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Zoë Varley Aug 22
My favourite specimen label for a while. I love finding these little doodles, attempts by collectors to record the colours & fine details on specimens that would otherwise be lost to time & the preparation process...
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Noah Charney Aug 23
Wait, how many wings are maple seeds supposed to have?
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Tom Aug 5
I'm thinking about organising another community meetup. I had a blast with everyone who came last time, and really want to do more. Which museum would you prefer? CC: |
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Darren Naish Jul 15
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Of Things Past And Imagined Jul 20
Passion-Flowers from The New International Encyclopædia, 1905, published by Dodd, Mead and Co.
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Tracy Aug 23
Recently I learned that not only do fish have ears (otoliths), but like trees, their ears grow rings around them for warm seasons they've been through. Volunteering at a museum is so cool.
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Of Things Past And Imagined Aug 7
Toucans by English ornithologist and bird artist John Gould (1804-1881)
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Tom Jul 1
Highlights from the museum of in . Amazing displays.
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Jon Scott 14h
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INHS Herbarium at Illinois Aug 22
Look at the color of this Heliocereus coccineus, part of the family.
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SHNH Jun 16
Copy of Charles Darwin's 'Origin of Species' sells for record $ half million
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INHS Herbarium at Illinois Aug 21
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Whitby Photography Jul 14
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Marc Quigley-Ferriday🦄 Aug 22
Fantastic to have this right on our doorsteps in
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Dr Manu Saunders Jul 22
Nice story about dragonflies. We need wetlands to have dragonflies
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TCD Zoology Museum Jun 8
We are once again open for the summer! EVERY DAY from now until August 31st. Check out our incredible and interactive exhibition. You will even get to hold live exhibits including hissing cockroaches, giant snails and our king snake!
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Creative-Beast Aug 15
Getting together new photos of the unpainted BotM Triceratops h. prototype (adult version). In the meantime, here's a scale comparison with 3 3/4" Boba!
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INHS Herbarium at Illinois Jun 18
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Ancient Seas Apr 26
life that includes lobster, jellyfish, corals, and starfish ⭐️🦞 1897 lithographic print
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Cody Thompson Jun 29
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