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British Birds at the Natural History Museum

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    VISITORS to the new Natural History Museum can scarcely have failed to notice the many improvements which have been made in the re-arrangement of the zoological collections since their removal from Bloomsbury to South Kensington. Not only is there greater space now available for exhibiting the contents of each gallery, but a large proportion of new specimens have been introduced into ihe cases.

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