The Natural History Gallery at the Horniman has been undergoing a bit of a spring clean. The lighting in the cases has been upgraded and during the process the cases and specimens have been dusted (very carefully mind). During the process I’ve spotted a few of our display specimens from unusual angles and out of their usual context. Here is an example of a nice one that I thought might make a nice mystery object:
So any ideas what this is?
Put your suggestions and questions in the comments section below and I will do my best to point you in the right direction without giving too much away. Have fun with it!