Mammal Collection

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The Mammal Collection consists of around 9,000 museum mounts of mammal skins and skulls as well as some taxidermy-mounted heads of some larger mammals. The research collection represents the second-largest mammal collection in Arizona. A teaching collection is housed separately. The specimen catalog of mammals is maintained on paper, though the first 8,000 records have been electronically databased. You can search this collection online at SEINet.

To arrange a visit to the collection or for more information, please contact Thomas Dowling, Interim Curator