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Collection Tour: Mammalogy, 11 am
Burke Museum

See some of the Burke's 55,000 mammal specimens including walrus, whales and big cats. Hear how they are prepared and used by scientists. Tour is led by Casey Self, Graduate Student, UW Biology. Limit 12 people, ages 8 and up only please.

Time: 11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

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