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Tue 25 Apr 2006

Rachel visits the Raffles Museum

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NUS undergrad, Rachel, a blogger who pens "A life about Rachel", visited the Rafles Museum's Public Gallery on 31 Mar 2006:

It's the Raffles Museum of Biodiversity Research, situated at the floor below the Science Library. It's a quaint little place -- it's quite nice, really! -- tucked quietly in the obscurity of NUS. Or maybe I was the only one who didn't know such a place existed.

It's pretty resourceful, I would say, for a museum its size. There are hundreds of specimens and the little room is jam-packed with morsels of information, some of which so bizarre. Some specimens will make your stomachs turn; many others will just cause the hairs on your skin to stand on end.

Read on...

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