By Tannis Davidson, on 30 March 2015
At the Grant Museum we have nearly 68,000 specimens – and each, in its own way, has a story to tell. Some are historical specimens dating back to the earliest days of the Museum such as Professor Grant’s thylacine skeleton and the popular walrus penis bone.
This week’s Specimen of the Week has several stories to tell and as such, I’ve always thought it one of the most interesting specimens in the collection. It is… (more…)