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Explore a collection of unique and fascinating specimens to add intrigue and beauty to your space. Find inspiration and discover the perfect specimen for your collection.
Three specimens from the Natural History Museum’s wet specimen collection © Trustees of the NHM, London. From Taxidermy, skeletons and stuff in jars - Britain's best places to see natural history collections by Museum Crush Wet Specimen Taxidermy, Taxidermy Art, Natural History Museum, Nature Journal, Botanical Drawings, Eerie, Oddities, Places To See, Dark

Founded to teach, to show off, or just to house an obsessive collection, the UK has some pretty impressive taxidermy collections. Here’s our pick of the best Grant Museum of Zoology London Established in the 1820s by Robert Grant, this collection...

Amy Starbin
Wet Specimen Taxidermy, Taxidermy Art, Design Reference, Art Reference Photos, Bio Art, Vintage Decanter, Liquor Decanter, Cute Wild Animals, Apothecary Jars

Check out Nighttime Nicholas' curiosity cabinet and oddities shop for diaphonized specimen! They are perfect for vulture culture enthusiasts, oddity and curiosity collectors, and educational anatomical models. Nighttime Nicholas creates Toronto oddities using ethical and sustainable practices, allowing for quality Toronto diaphonization to be available worldwide.

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