January 10, 2018

Natural-history collections are a part of the foundation of the global biological-sciences research and education infrastructure. It is important to recognize that these collections are more than shelves stacked with preserved specimens; they also include tissue and gene samples, parasites associated with a specimen, environmental data captured when the specimen was collected, audio and video recordings, and field notes, among other information.

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