The CMNH mammal collection is the largest of the vertebrate zoology collections. It consists of approximately 19,000 specimens, with the focus on study skins with skulls from the Americas. It also includes an osteology section from the Americas and Africa, many including both skull and post-cranial material.
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Global with a focus on the Americas and Africa.
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