A Long Look at Nature: The North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sciences
UNC Press Books, 2001 - Science - 174 pages
What does a jar of preserved leopard frogs or the articulated skeleton of a beached sperm whale say about the way we understand nature in North Carolina? Margaret Martin explores this question in the story of the North Carolina State Museum of Natural Sci
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