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    • Lola Dee

      Golden beetle Natural History Museum

    • Megan Abernethy

      Natural History Museum this is natural, but perhaps the gazillion insects I've collected could be chromed and...

    • Kenna

      Natural History Museum Metallic Beetles

    • Rebecca Middleton

      Natural History Museum this inspires me to gold leaf a june bug.

    • BonBon Bourgeois

      insects: animals?

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