Volume 275 Issue 5682, 26 October 1978

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    The new exhibition schemes at the British Museum (Natural History) and the consequent changes in the more traditional exhibits have caused some consternation amongst interested scientists. At the recent symposium on Vertebrate Palaeontology and Comparative Anatomy held at Reading, Dr R. S. Miles, Head of the Public Services Department of the Museum explained the Museum's present policy towards its public exhibitions, and we present a summary of his talk below. Dr B. Halstead of the Department of Geology, University of Reading presents an opposing view (right).

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