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    Charles Darwin's beetle collection.

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    • Susanna Speier

      s000z SCIENCE + PINTEREST TIP: Imagine your name is Charles Darwin and and your Pinterest board is your beetle collection. #Pinterest #Science #Biology #Darwin

    • prairiemomof2

      It's calming to see tiny things tenderly placed in meticulous order. "Allowing order to minister to our chaos can reveal a beauty otherwise unknown." (Charles Darwin's beetle collection)

    • Brandon Haraughty

      Charles Darwin's beetle collection. Thank you Charles for your revolutionary studies of life and broadening our perspective on how life came about.

    • Laura Cray

      Darwin's beetle collection. Courtesy of the University Museum of Zoology Cambridge.

    • Amy Stoothoff

      Charles Darwin's beetle collection. Someday I'd love to have a bug collection :D

    • Elizabeth Lilly

      Charles Darwin's beetle collection. An important artifact from history!

    • Emily Morson

      Charles Darwin's beetle collection apparently still exists. Who knew?

    • Amy Trafford

      Darwin's beetle box - University Museum of Zoology, Cambridge.

    • Lindsay Estelle

      Charles Darwin's beetle collection. Darwin is the coolest

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