Natural History Collection Survey – Most Unusual Objects

Alongside PR agency Wildfire, Axiell are shortlisting the ten most unusual specimens in the collections of natural history organisations from around the world to help promote the diversity and significance of natural history collections.

The top 10 results will be published on our website, shared with our natural history customers, and released to international news outlets, industry journals and high profile associations for distribution.

If you have a particularly unusual specimen or group of specimens in your collection, they would like to hear from you. If you are successful in being shortlisted for the top 10, your institution and specific collection will be included in the release with details of how to see more of your collection.

All you need to do is fill out this survey & answer the questions required for the shortlisting process.


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