What do Japanese figures, butterflies, soapstone bowls and sloth bones have in common? While seemingly unrelated, these objects serve as examples of Fernbank’s natural history collections that document the history and diversity of our ever-changing planet.
This exhibit was guest-curated by staff members, representing each of Fernbank’s departments, to showcase some of their favorite objects that connect with stories of our planet and its inhabitants.
Objects were personally selected by Fernbank staff members
Highlights include a Navajo ring, a mammoth tusk and modern shells
Includes items from Fernbank’s Collections not typically on display