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A WW1 Soldier’s Boyhood Bird Eggs
A tribute to a soldier and nature lover whose boyhood egg collection is preserved at the Canadian Museum of Nature.
Artefacts belonging to the crew and their equipment were found in Canada's Arctic almost 150 years after the men perished.
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- A Wealth of Information on a Glass Slide: Historical Photographs
In scientific research, an image is worth a thousand... data points! How were 20th-century discoveries captured in visual form? Find out about the tools of the first fossil hunters.
- Research Ignites…Again!
Our Research and Collections staff are just "burning" to share many fascinating insights about their work. Find out what they have to say in short, rapid-fire presentations about the science we do and why we do it.
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