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Harvard Museum of Natural History

The Glass flowers exhibit at the Harvard Museum of Natural History ( www.edu/on_exhibit/the_glass_flowers.

The Blascka glass flower collection at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, over 3,000 models were created by glass artisans Leopold Blaschka and his son, Rudolph began in 1886, continuing for five decades. The collection represents more than 830 plant species.

The Blascka glass flower collection at the Harvard Museum of Natural History, over models were created by glass artisans Leopold Blaschka and his son, Rudolph began in continuing for five decades. The collection represents more than 830 plant species.

The Blaschka glass flowers @ Harvard. Real enought to pass for the real thing. - from Cabinet Magazine

Leopold & Rudolf Blaschka, glass flowers, Harvard Museum of Natural History ©President & Fellows Harvard College Hillel Burger.

Collection 2014

A Rare North Italian Taxidermy Ostrich by Joseph Vulpinus, dated 1785

View of the Cabinets by Curious Expeditions, via Flickr

In the "Antique Cabinet Museum," a basement room full of old taxidermy and mineral collections in beautiful antique cabinets. At the North Museum of Science and Natural History, in Lancaster, PA

MessageToEagle.com – In 1949, archaeologists discovered a large burial chamber in the Altai Mountains of Siberia. Inside it, scientists found the remains of a woman and man, along with plenty of priceless ancient treasures, including plenty of cannabis and the world’s oldest carpet and an ornate carriage. Examination of the ancient mummies revealed the man between …

Mystery Of The Ancient Heavily Tattooed Siberian Mummies Discovered In The Altai Mountains

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