Enticing exhibit opens at Harvard museum

Everybody knows about the glass flowers at Harvard's Museum of Natural History, but unless you've actually been there, you may not realize just how many of the sculptures include pests and pestilence. The Harvard Gazette alerts us to a new display:

The group of 78 specimens, marvels of scabbing and rot, also includes pears, plums, and apricots. Only a few of the bunch have been out of storage this century.

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    Ah, that's pretty cool! The

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    Ah, that's pretty cool! The models are absolutely stunning in person; I might make another visit if they're rotating the display collection.