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Wednesday, September 19, 2007

Still Going Strong at the University Of Michigan!

I'm still linked to the frontpage of the University of Michigan's Museum of Zoology for a post on Tahitian Tree Snails I did on July 3. Thats 77 days and still going strong! Head over to the Museum's website and say hi! You might even learn something. Like,

The UMMZ collections include about 15 million specimens total and is comprised of: mammals (ca. 142,000 specimens, representing 92% of all orders), birds (210,000 specimens, representing 100% of orders), amphibians & reptiles (414,000 specimens, representing 100% of all orders), fishes (3.3 million specimens, representing 98% of all orders), mollusks (4 million specimens representing 83% of all orders), mites (2 million specimens, representing 100% of all orders) and insects (5 million specimens, representing 100% of all orders).
Its a shame Penn State will crush you this Saturday in front of your own fans. Cheers!

1 comment:

  1. Go Lions!! Kick 'em butts!

    Oh and nice job Kevin. ;-)


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