This series of photos attempts to capture the surprising and often bizarre creatures that populate the display cases of museums of natural history. The subjects of these photos are the vestiges of natural science collections that go back to the 18th and 19th centuries; they are the result of an era of exploration that brought many wondrous specimens to the public’s attention.
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