Mammal school

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11 Responses to “Mammal school”

  1. Jason Lane says:

    “educate visitors about their life in the wild.” ?? Reminds me of this BBC documentary about taxidermy, I remember in that many of the taxidermists were espousing the beauty of taxidermy, explaining howvthey were trying to make the animals come “alive”. Strange:
    http://vimeo.com/41784890

    • Frank Xavior says:

       yea it’s kinda weird but I’m sure whoever shot the thing in the first place used it for meat anyway.

      except when I see taxidermized seaguls. that raises my eyebrows.

  2. Preston Sturges says:

    Most adorable dead animal in a jar of formaldehyde ever. 

  3. Jangocat says:

    It seems to me dead animals in a jar are not the best way to educate children on an animals “life in the wild”. These exhibits are for a biology class.

  4. OldBrownSquirrel says:

    I take my son to the zoo and the aquarium… and to the natural history museum.  Ask Maggie about the Great Mammal Hall at the HMNH.

  5. Ito Kagehisa says:

    Strongly reminds me of Victorian era pygmies in jars.

  6. Brood-X says:

    Couldn’t they just watch an episode of ‘Flipper’?  It must be dubbed in Javanese by now.

  7. jhertzli says:

    This gives a whole new meaning to the phrase “wildlife preserves.”

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