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Who's a pretty bird? Taken from the exceptional book, 'Paper Zoo' #parrot #naturalhistoryhttps://t.co/s1QIEJlOeF
24th May, 2017
Gift certificate to a local shop of a Dominican Republic jeweler resulted in learning about the stone Larimar. #naturalhistory
24th May, 2017
I ❤️ #naturalhistory, it is disheartening to see these courses lost from curricula. So vital to all biology fields. https://t.co/3otO3KVI1M
23rd May, 2017
Want to publish #NaturalHistory research? Wilson Journal of Ornithology is a great place to do it https://t.co/OQ9E86GR7h @WilsonOrnithSoc
23rd May, 2017
Nice views of a cock chafer beetle Melolontha melolontha last night! #coleoptera #entomology #naturalhistoryhttps://t.co/NAhMzLYYml
23rd May, 2017
This looks pretty cool - and just look at that line up! great for those museums who've lost a subject specialist… https://t.co/wZIoHsrKPq
23rd May, 2017