This Research Organisation Has Stored Specimens Of Birds, Mammals & More

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What Makes It Awesome?

Bombay Natural History Society possesses taxidermically preserved specimens of birds, mammals, reptiles, amphibians, and insects. These are stored in trays, jars, and boxes in cupboards, and brought out for exhibition only for the purposes of research, observation, and demonstration to scholars, enthusiasts, and groups of lay students.

For people to visit the premises, prior written intimation and permission is required.

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Family and Kids

Sahapedia is an open online resource on the arts, cultures and histories of India based on both curated and crowd-sourced content. ‘Saha’ (Sanskrit for ‘together with’), is an invitation to explore together the richness of the Indian cultural landscape. At Sahapedia, we appreciate that knowledge around each subject is complex and has many dimensions. Sahapedia is working on areas like developing a digital library; linking with online archives of texts, recordings, translation; curating material that makes tourism more meaningful, creating resources for education responsive to local histories and needs, developing scholarly resources , and making the best use of digital interactives to explain formal techniques in fields such as music, architecture, textile, etc.