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From shrews to whales, endangered to extinct, the National Museum of Natural History houses more than 590,000 preserved specimens. Some, like a man-eating leopard have an unusual story. Smithsonian scientists work around the world studying and discovering new species, such as a giant rats, bats, squirrels, opossums, marine mammals, and more.

Mammals Uncovered Smithsonian, National Museum of Natural History

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From shrews to whales, endangered to extinct, the National Museum of Natural History houses more than 590,000 preserved specimens. Some, like a man-eating leopard have an unusual story. Smithsonian scientists work around the world studying and discovering new species, such as a giant rats, bats, squirrels, opossums, marine mammals, and more.

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