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“[The collection] raises natural questions: What’s the difference between horns and antlers? Why are some bigger? Do both sexes have them?” said Harvard Museum of Comparative Zoology curator Hopi Hoekstra. “One thing I love about this exhibit is you’re immediately struck by the diversity and you can’t help but wonder why. That’s what museums do, get people asking questions.”

Horns aplenty

‘Headgear’ exhibit highlights evolution, use of antlers, horns



Forests focus of gift

Paul Zofnass ’69, M.B.A. ’73, commits to fund New England Forests exhibition at Harvard Museum of Natural History