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Thank you to the Supporters of the Grant Museum

Grant Museum of Zoology - a person stands in front of an open case of animal skeletons

The Grant Museum of Zoology has been a centre of research and discovery about the animal kingdom since 1828. Our collection is a source of inspiration to our visitors and a valuable resource to scientists working to protect the natural world. We would like to dedicate this page to our many supporters who help ensure our research, conservation and curatorial work continues.

Lifetime supporters

Recognising our lifetime supporters, and the specimen they chose to support:

Pat Aitchison

The African penguin skeleton
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Y1714

Jack Ashby

The taxidermy platypus
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z20

Robert Borden Jr.

The Taxidermy cuckoo
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Y1546
"Cocoa the cuckoo"

Kimberley Boudville

The Dugong skeleton
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z33
"In dedication to my late father, Clarence Boudville, I love you always."

Mee Kuon Cheong

The hippuris
Accession Number: LDUCZ-C280

Professor Melody Clark

The stuffed golden mole
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z591

Chris Cullander

The narwhal tusk
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2168

Jill Davies

The marmoset brain
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2265

Tracy Dunlop

The common dolphin skull
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2277

Tanja Ettin

The taxidermy pangolin
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2727

Lisa Francis

The giant golden mole taxidermy
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z592

Nadine Gabriel

The Asian water buffalo skull
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z687

Carrol Gabriel

The giant deer skull
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z800

Brian & Leah Glass

The jerboa skeleton
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z3245
"Hummus Rocky Glass"

Margaret Goodson

The taxidermy woolly monkey
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z1104

Dr Sebastian Groh

The sun spider
Accession Number: LDUCZ-J92
“Never stop marvelling, never stop learning”

Roger Hailey

The pentanymphon antarcticum
Accession Number: LDUCZ-J155

David Hammerton

The long-eared owl
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Y1604

Les Hearn

The wombat skeleton
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2720

Bob Berry and Diane Hovenesian

The killer whale foetus
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2300

Matthew Johnson

The bisected capuchin monkey head
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z445

Dr Sally Karioth 

The jar of moles
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2754

Anna Kierczynska

The red kangaroo skeleton
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2576

Sulaimaan, Safiya, Zaki, Weelin & Sarah Lim

The Galapagos tortoise shell
Accession Number: LDUCZ-X449

Joe Martinez

The compsognathus cast
Accession Number: LDUCZ-X418

Chris McManus

The macaque brain
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2263

Rev. Stevin Azo Michels

The taxidermy koala
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z65
"Cuddles the Koala"

Dr Jane McLauchlin

The brush-tailed possum
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z614

Amarlie Moore

The tapeworm bothriocephalus latus
Accession Number: LDUCZ-D52

Sumit Paul-Choudhury

The quagga
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z581

Abi Perrin

The angel shark
Accession Number: LDUCZ-V16

Mark Rapoza

The Blaschka slug
Accession Number: LDUCZ-P191

Anne Rushbrooke

The bisected domestic cat with foetus fluid
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2969

Louise Saturninus

The fawn
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z1659
The pink fairy armadillo
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z1537

Clive Siddall

The wild boar brain
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z2667

Dixie Tenny

The aardwolf skull
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z512

Carolyn Thompson 

The gibbon skeleton
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z475
"My teaching buddy"

Richard and Yvonne Walker

The hippo foot
Accession Number: LDUCZ-Z217

Chye Wei Sheng

The electric eel
Accession Number: LDUCZ-V252
"Electrophorus tobyi"

Dr Werner Wiethege

The remora
Accession Number: LDUCZ-V167

David Williams

The horseshoe crab
Accession Number: LDUCZ-J13
"Horseshoe crabs will save the world. I don’t know how. But they will."

Anonymous

The Blaschka ercolania panceri
Accession Number:LDUCZ-P161

 


 

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