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  1. Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery - Birds The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics' Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world...
  2. Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery - Geology and Fossil Vertebrates
  3. Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery - Herpetology The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics' Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world.
  4. Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery - Ichthyology The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics' Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world.
  5. Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery - Invertebrates Over the last 15 years a deliberate effort has been made to increase holdings of invertebrate specimens in the collections and to register and database existing material. There are currently approximately 75000 registered lots, most are of Tasmanian in origin...
  6. Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery - Mammals The basis of the zoological collections of the QVMAG was formed from the Launceston Mechanics' Institute, which opened in 1842. Many exotic species, mainly mounted specimens, were acquired during the early years as a result of exchanges with other museums around the world...

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