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    Charming. Perhaps it would be better named the Bell Museum of Early 20th Century Vertebrate Zoology since it mainly contains dozens of wonderful antique dioramas of local birds and mammals. A great display of the art of the diorama. A guidebook that describes the connections between the species (e.g., their ecological niches) would useful. The diorama with the Passenger Pigeon is worth the modest admission cost — the most populous bird species in North American made extinct in a few years by insane humans. The Touch & See room is the crown jewel. The student staff were wonderfully welcoming.

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    My opinion quite boring

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    Not a huge place, but very interesting, especially if you love animals.

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    They have really interesting things here, some of which Matt was very suprised to see himself. WE enjoyed our time we spent there and wouldn’t mind going back.

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    FYI Google…it is NOT free admission