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A C-shaped tusk. It is a ivory colour. Fragment missing from the bottom side near the end that attaches to the face.
Accession No
A100.582

Name/Title
Two half-moon shaped tusk. On one side of each tusk is a decorative leave pattern.
Accession No
A100.583

Name/Title
A set of three from the same person. All c-shaped and three different sizes.
a-The larger tusk
b- middle sized tusk
c- smallest tusk, slightly darker than the other two.
Accession No
A100.584

Name/Title
A large fragment of bone. Possibly from a Moa or other vertebrate.
Accession No
A100.585

Name/Title
A large white ostrich feather. Stored in a rectangle green and cream box
Accession No
A100.587

Name/Title
A small thrush nest. Made up of dried grass and is lined with mud/grass pulp. Slightly untidy but is fairly regular in shape.
Accession No
A100.588

Name/Title
A small nest. Made up of dried grass and is lined with mud/grass pulp. A tidy round shape with hardly any bits sticking out. Contains three greenish and brown speckled eggs all hollowed out.
Accession No
A100.589

Name/Title
A small gray warbler nest. The nest is a hollow enclosed pear shaped. It hangs from a twig. It is made up of dried grass, moss and is lined with feathers. There is a small opening on one side.
Accession No
A100.590

Name/Title
A small gray warbler nest. The nest is a hollow enclosed pear shaped. It hangs from a twig. It is made up of dried grass, moss and is lined with feathers. There is a small opening on one side.
Accession No
A100.591

Name/Title
A small gray warbler nest. The nest is a hollow enclosed pear shaped. It hangs from a twig. It is made up of dried grass, moss and is lined with feathers. There is a small opening on one side.
Accession No
A100.592

Name/Title
A small nest. It is shallow and made up of dried grass, moss
Accession No
A100.593

Name/Title
A small nest. It is shallow and made up of dried grass, moss. The nest has a yellowish colour to it.
Accession No
A100.594

Name/Title
A small welcome swallow nest. It is made up of mud and spit. It is attached to brown board.
Accession No
A100.595

Name/Title
A brown rectangle box containing fragments of Moa bones from the foot. Some of the bones are joined together via wire. Four of the bones are loose inside the box.
Accession No
A100.596

Name/Title
A large white ostrich feather. Stored in a rectangle green and cream box
Accession No
A100.597

Name/Title
The lower jaw of a dolphin. There are two parts. No teeth
Accession No
A100.601

Name/Title
Large fragments of bone possibly moa. Four pieces inside a white box. Three of the pieces are leg fragments. Two pieces has nails in them. One leg bone has tape around it and two holes.
Accession No
A100.602

Name/Title
A small birds nest. It is pear-sharped that hangs from the top. There is a small hole on one side that is the entrance on the other side is a hole that is the result of damage.
Accession No
A100.604

Name/Title
A medium sized swallow nest. It is an elongated enclosed tube. The entrance to the nest is near the bottom and goes upwards like a tunnel before getting into the main chamber of the nest. It is made up of dried grass. There is a tie at the top end.
Accession No
A100.605

Name/Title
A small fantail nest. It is made up of dried grass and moss. It is sitting in the fork of a small branch
Accession No
A100.606

Name/Title
A small birds nest. It is pear-shaped that hangs from the top. There is a small hole on one side that is the entrance.
Accession No
A100.607

Name/Title
A small tidy birds nest. It is made of lichen and grass. It is lined with fur and feathers.
Accession No
A100.608

Name/Title
A brown box of seal skeletal bones. It is incomplete . The vertebrae are stringed together. The flipper bones need to be cleaned.
Accession No
A100.609

Name/Title
A whale vertebrae. It is a greyish colour. One of the side bits has broken or been eroded down.
Accession No
A100.610

Name/Title
A leatherback turtle skull (Dermochelys coriacea). It has been glued together. You can see the different fragments. It is a amber colour - most likely it has been shellac of some sort.
Accession No
A100.611
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