Happy ending for U.K.’s Natural History Museum

By alexandra


Museums in the U.K. with special bird exhibits can finally breathe a sigh of relief.  According to the BBC, the individual who stole 300 exotic bird skins from the National History Museum at Tring in Hertfordshire last summer is finally being brought to justice.  And, better yet, the Museum will be able to reclaim the skins as they were found, completely intact.  The beautiful bird skin collection is not merely for display, scientists from across the globe use the skins for important research.

The Natural History Musuem in Hertfordshire (Photo courtesy of the Museum)

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