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-The Price Room is used to display blah, blah, blah...+[[Image:Prince-Room-002.jpg|left |frame]]
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-== Artifacts == 
-[[Skull]] 
-[[Tooth]]+The Prince Room houses our natural history collection. It is named after the late naturalist Peter Prince, who worked extensively on South Georgia.
-[[Baleen]]+In the 2006/7 season the room was redecorated and a large new display case was installed, providing a fitting home for the excellent taxidermy and skeletal displays. Highlights of the room include a bull elephant seal skull, a foetus humback whale and a wandering albatross chick on the nest.
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 +Find out more about these artefacts at [http://www.ehive.com eHive]
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 +[[Image:SGHT.1992.1.099_(001).JPG|175px| left | thumb | Elephant seal skull]]
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 +[[Image:SGHT.1992.5.55_(002).jpg|250px| thumb | Baleen plate]]
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 +[[Image:SGHT.2009.9_(002).JPG|210px| left| thumb | Snow petrel]]
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 +[[Image:Prince_Room_detail_sml.jpg|400px| left| thumb | Toothfish and benthos]]

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The Prince Room houses our natural history collection. It is named after the late naturalist Peter Prince, who worked extensively on South Georgia.

In the 2006/7 season the room was redecorated and a large new display case was installed, providing a fitting home for the excellent taxidermy and skeletal displays. Highlights of the room include a bull elephant seal skull, a foetus humback whale and a wandering albatross chick on the nest.


Find out more about these artefacts at eHive


Elephant seal skull
Elephant seal skull
Baleen plate
Baleen plate
Snow petrel
Snow petrel
Toothfish and benthos
Toothfish and benthos