"You can see all of the bird ick on here, which is what we refer to as 'snarge.'"

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<p>The Smithsonian Natural History Museum houses 147 million specimens, the world&#39;s largest collection of Earth stuff. But less than one percent of its holdings are on display, reserved instead for scientific research.</p>

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