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Dr Jeremy Green and Wendy Van Duivenvoorde after the graduation ceremony.

Congratulations Jeremy Green

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Kirsten Tullis

Revealing the Museum: Who Am I?

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The Aboriginal Huts of Eendracht’s Land

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Introducing Moridilla fifo

Moridilla fifo

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Eendracht interior

3D Modelling at the Museum

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Nudibranch is the tiny orange-tipped sausages all over its back

Name this Creature

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Extent of the Indian Ocean

The Leeuwin Effect – when the Indian Ocean houses Pacific taxa

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Fred Saunders

Revealing the Museum: Who Am I?

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2016 WA Museum NAIDOC Family Day

2016 WA MUSEUM NAIDOC FAMILY DAY

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THÉODORE LESCHENAULT DE LA TOUR, BOTANIST OF THE BAUDIN EXPEDITION

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The Baudin Expedition in Australian waters (1801-1803): the faunal legacy

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Exploration art: skewed reality, or flawed perceptions?

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Aboriginal armaments, utensils and ornaments, as depicted by Charles-Alexandre Lesueur

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The Last Day at the Museum – Family Open Day

The Last Day at the Museum – Family Open Day

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Your museum – your say

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Image of arachnid

New subterranean arachnid described from the Pilbara

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Image of Pseudoscorpion

Western Australian Museum scientists describe new species of arachnid from Barrow Island, Western Australia.

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Western Swamp Tortoise

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Blue whale on the 5th floor of Francis Street

Preparing the Blue Whale for the New Museum

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Dr Mathew Trinca

AHOTW Symposium - Dr Mathew Trinca - The Politics of Things

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Dr Belinda Crerar

AHOTW Symposium - Dr Belinda Crerar - Reading without Words

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Planes over Rottnest Island World War II

Battle for Australia - the untold story

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The Coral Compactus

WA Coral Field Guides

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A Sea of Hands for Reconciliation Week

National Sorry Day and Reconciliation Week

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Olmec stone mask, 900-400 BCE, Mexico.

A History of the World in 100 Objects Symposium Videos

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Dr Ian MacLeod Sandi Davy, Ian’s PA.

Farewell Dr Ian MacLeod

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The distinctive wedge-shaped tail is evident from a great distance.

Wedge-tailed Eagle

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AHOTW Symposium - Professor Peter Veth and Professor Jo McDonald - The recursive nature of Aboriginal rock art in Australia

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Detail of the Dampier Marine Gallery - before the decant

Dampier Marine Gallery Decant

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Harry Butler Research Centre Opened

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