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Starfish

‘Challenger Expedition: Off Yokohama, Japan, 9-46m.’ 1872-1876. Sladen collection....

Porcelain figure

This sculpture depicts Shou Lao, who is one of the Three Star Gods of Daoism. He is typically portrayed with large domed head, lobed ears and a long beard. With...

Tree

This bark is from a collection of specimens and photos chiefly concerned with economic botany belonging to J R Jackson of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew....

Great roundleaf bat

Tiny skull from a male great roundleaf bat, collected by EB Howell 6 May 1913 at 5,400ft in Tengyueh, China....

Death’s-head hawk-moth

The death’s-head hawk-moth is so called because of the skull shaped marking on its body. Adults enter beehives for their honey using a chemical camouflage to hide from the bees....

Père David’s deer

This mammal is probably native to China. Today however, it exists only in zoos, game reserves and private collections: there are no natural populations of Pere David’s deer....

Large green grasshopper

This specimen came to us via the Natural History Museum, London. It was collected in Hotai, China in September 1903....

Blue galls, Japanese gallnut

These fruit are from a collection of specimens and photos chiefly concerned with economic botany belonging to J R Jackson of Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew....

Blue rock thrush

This female blue rock thrush was collected in Nagasaki, Japan, by F Ringer but it can also be found in southern Europe. The females are a mottled brown birds where...

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