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The Natural History Museum, London

Although it contains information useful to both amateur and professional researchers, this site is primarily geared for instructional use at all levels. The Natural History Museum contains five groupings of topics: the museum, science, information services, education, and a list of hosted sites. Users can select from numerous choices within the five groupings, often divided into fields of scientific study such as botany and paleontology. Examples of items available at this site include: an image gallery from gems to botanical illustrations, a photographic tour of Darwin's home, a collection of virtual reality trilobites, and a discussion of the feasibility of extracting dinosaur DNA from insects trapped in ancient amber. This site provides links to an exceptionally good collection of related sites. (Several applications require Shockwave plug-in, QTVR plug-in, or VRML 2.0 plug-in.)
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Date Issued c1997
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Date of Scout Publication 1997-09-17
Archived Scout Publication URL https://scout.wisc.edu/report/se/1997/0917

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