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embryological development of the chicken

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Cabinet of Curiosities

Кабинеты. Мебель и комнаты.Часть 2.

Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson. Housed at the Bibliotèque centrale du Muséum national d'Histoire naturelle, Paris

Maintaining cabinets of curiosities evolved during the Renaissance-Baroque period. In these collectors’ rooms precious artworks (artificialia), rare phenomena of nature (naturalia), scientific instruments (scientifica), objects from strange worlds (exotica), and inexplicable items (mirabilia) were preserved. They reflected the standard of knowledge and view of the world at that time.

The Wunderkammer Olbricht, curated by Georg Laue, Me Collectors Room, Berlin, Cabinets of curiosities evolved during Renaissance and Baroque. In these collectors’ rooms precious artworks.

The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Art & Natural History - London! #skeletons

The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities – in pictures

The Viktor Wynd Museum of Curiosities, Art & Natural History, London. This is definitely an out of the norm museum ! All of the creepy and diverse exhibits are sure to keep me in awe of the many activities London's art culture holds!

Morbid Anatomy - Surveying the Interstices of Art and Medicine, Death and Culture

Morbid Anatomy: "Cabaret du Néant" (Tavern of the Dead) Revisited, Paris, 1899

Macabre - Cabinet of Curiosities

News: Dissecting a Human Head Through Anatomical Illustrations

Head and skull of malformed infants; conjoined twins, bilateral cleft lip and holoprosencephaly From Surgical Anatomy by Joseph Maclise, published London by J.

Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson by astropop, via Flickr

i kind of have an unhealthy interest in certain types of taxidermy. (Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson, Library of the Museum of Natural History, Paris).

This gorgeous cabinet is located at the Bibliotèque centrale du Muséum national d’Histoire Naturelle and was built in the 18th century. You can read more about it on Morbid Anatomy and see Joanna’s whole set of images on flickr.

The Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson, at the Bibliotèque centrale du Muséum national d’Histoire Naturelle, via Morbid Anatomy

article about Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson, Library of the Museum of Natural History, Paris (on the Morbid Anatomy blog)

Morbid Anatomy: Cabinet of Curiosities of Bonnier de la Mosson, Library of the Museum of Natural History, Paris

Cabinet of Curiosities Specimen no 41 The Curious by mabgraves

Cabinet of Curiosities Specimen no. 41 - The Curious Collection - original 3D insect paintings by Mab Graves

Cabinet of Curiosities Specimen no. 35 -The Field Moth Eye Flies Collection - original insect paintings by Mab Graves I could probably make pretty realistic insects and butterflies to mount like this

An extremely rare narwhal skull with double tusks. There are only about 10 other bones like this in the world. Narwhals are a rare arctic whale. It is challenging enough to see one with one tusk. It is almost an impossibility to actually catch one with two tusks.  Biologists estimate that there are only 1 in every 1000 Narwhal who actually have a double tusk. They are uncertain of why this phenomenon exists. They are even more uncertain why these sword like tusks occur on the whale.

rare narwhal skull with double tusks. Narwhals, a rare variety of arctic whale, are known for their long singular tusks - biologists estimate that double tusks only occur in one in a thousand narwhals; they are uncertain why this phenomenon exists.

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