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Friday, October 11, 2013

FOOT: UST Museum's Preserved Animals


The University of Santo Tomas houses in their main building a museum filled with stuffed and preserved animals from monkeys, snakes, tigers to birds, kangaroos and heron. Also there are different kinds of shells encased in a glass enclosure. Stuffed and preserved animals may be an old-fashioned way of showcasing animals now that photographs, videos and zoos abound, it surely can give children insights as to how the animals really look up close and personal.  
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The tigers with the stripes still evident despite their years of preservation...

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The Kangaroos, which can only be seen live in Australia,
 can be viewed in UST Museum too.

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The rodents and their kind in repose...

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The Herons ready to tango!

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Noynpy posing by the rabbit...

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A lot of them to view

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The long snake which scared the little boy.

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The turtles seem to swim...

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The bat with wide eyes and wings.. 

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The birds of many kinds...

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What is this? A fox perhaps?