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Julien Kimmig Apr 1
Chancelloria eros from the Wheeler Formation in western Utah. Collected by the Gunther Family. KUMIP 563110.
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Julien Kimmig Mar 30
Holotype of Skeemella clavula from the Pierson Cove Formation of western Utah. Collected by Holly Skeem. KUMIP 310501.
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Julien Kimmig 3h
Banffia episoma from the Spence Shale at Miners Hollow. Collected by the Gunther Family and Phil Reese. KUMIP 314013.
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VV Shots Apr 4
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NHM Oology Apr 1
Tens of thousands of staff worldwide are all working from home. As a I certainly miss the collection I care for but, on the upside, I can now drink coffee at my desk!
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Martin Brookes Apr 3
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THAT_Muse_ Apr 3
In Victorian times, the was renowned for being a toxic work environment: sometimes scientists would peel the labels off of each other’s specimens!
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Museum of Zoology Doderlein Apr 4
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bartiejoyce 5h
Oxford Vlog - Day 3 - Natural History Museum via
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Ian Thomas Mar 31
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Stephen Apr 2
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Beaty Biodiversity Museum 🐳 Mar 30
Did you know you can see photos of every insect species of the Spencer Entomological collection? With over 600,000 specimens, the collection focuses on the insects of BC and the Yukon.
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NHM_Cephalopoda Apr 3
Happy 150th anniversary I had a wonderful time when I visited the collections back in February
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Communication Arts Apr 1
WEBPicks: For this Perth, Western Australia–based natural history museum, and created a site focused on accessibility and contemporary design.
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Alicat⁷ 엘리캣 Apr 1
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gerri Mar 31
Anyone help in identifying this animal / bug never seen anything like this ever before is it safe 😳😳🤔🤔 ????
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Spencer Bronte Apr 3
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Rubens Junior Apr 1
Tempo bom, os melhores museus do mundo. em Natural History Museum, London
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Erica Anderson Apr 1
I wish I could turn back time to February when I was in Chicago and still go out and about freely. * * *
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Erica Anderson Apr 1
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