Museum shrouds endangered wildlife exhibits in mourning veil

  The Guardian 

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Bristol Museum to highlight biodiversity crisis after children demand true stories of exhibits One of Britain’s largest natural history collections is to shroud its exhibits of extinct and endangered species in black mourning veils to highlight the global biodiversity crisis. Related: Trump officials weaken protections for animals near extinction Continue reading...
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