The Natural History Museum is digitising the skeletons in its closet

Tom Allen
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How a decades-old mosquito corpse helped to understand the spread of Zika

The Natural History Museum's Collection deserves the capital letter: it supposedly holds more items than any similar museum in the world, excluding the Smithsonian: a staggering 80 million+ items. ...

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