!!> Epub ➤ Rare and Wonderful ➣ Author Kate Diston – Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk

!!> Epub ➤ Rare and Wonderful  ➣ Author Kate Diston – Gasengineersinglasgow.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 224 pages
  • Rare and Wonderful
  • Kate Diston
  • 18 January 2018
  • 9781851244843

Rare and Wonderful Since Its Foundation In , The Oxford University Museum Of Natural History Has Become A Key Center For Scientific Study, Its Much Loved Building An Icon For Visitors From Around The World The Museum Now Holds Than Seven Million Scientific Specimens, Including Five Million Insects, Half A Million Fossil Specimens, And Half A Million Zoological Specimens It Also Holds An Extensive Collection Of Archival Material Relating To Important Naturalists Such As Charles Darwin, William Jones, And James Charles Dale This Lavishly Illustrated Book Features Highlights From The Collections, Ranging From David Livingstone S Tsetse Fly Specimens To Mary Anning S Ichthyosaur, And From Crabs Collected By Darwin During His Voyage On The Beagle To The Iconic Dodo, The Only Soft Tissue Specimen Of The Species In Existence Also Featured Are The First Described Dinosaur Bones, Found In A Small Oxfordshire Village, The Red Lady Of Paviland Who Was In Fact A Man Who Lived , Years Ago , And A Meteorite From The Planet Mars Each Item Tells A Unique Story About Natural History, The History Of Science, Collecting, Or The Museum Itself Rare Wonderful Offers Unique Insight Into The Extraordinary Wealth Of Information And Fascinating Tales That Can Be Gleaned From These Collections


About the Author: Kate Diston

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4 thoughts on “Rare and Wonderful

  1. says:

    This book has great pictures and some interesting information about the Oxford University Museum of Natural History I like historical things, museums, and biology, so it was a pleasant way to while away an hour or two However, I admit I didn t read all the text, because most of it was pretty dry.

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