Renovated Fishes Exhibition at Harvard Museum of Natural History
The historic Fishes Exhibition at the Harvard Museum of Natural History reopens to the public after a major makeover. The exhibition will redisplay some long-time visitor favorites as well as many new specimens. Fishes combines abundant real specimens with 3-D models, colorful graphic displays, and an interactive multimedia station profiling the research of faculty, staff, and students in Harvard's Lauder Laboratory.
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