General guide to the exhibition halls of the American Museum of Natural History . a-cucumbers and sea-lilies. The sea-star is the pest of the Alcove 8 Sea-Stars oyster beds, where it feeds on oysters and destroys themand Their m iarge numbers. The brittle stars are so called because Relatives of their habit of dropping off one or more arms when handledor attacked. These, however, are later renewed. The annulates, typified by the familiar earthworm, are worms whosebodies are made up of rings or segments. They are inhabitants of bothAlcove 9 fresh and salt water, many kinds living in the mud and

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General guide to the exhibition halls of the American Museum of Natural History . a-cucumbers and sea-lilies. The sea-star is the pest of the Alcove 8 Sea-Stars oyster beds, where it feeds on oysters and destroys themand Their m iarge numbers. The brittle stars are so called because Relatives of their habit of dropping off one or more arms when handledor attacked. These, however, are later renewed. The annulates, typified by the familiar earthworm, are worms whosebodies are made up of rings or segments. They are inhabitants of bothAlcove 9 fresh and salt water, many kinds living in the mud and Stock Photo
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General guide to the exhibition halls of the American Museum of Natural History . a-cucumbers and sea-lilies. The sea-star is the pest of the Alcove 8 Sea-Stars oyster beds, where it feeds on oysters and destroys themand Their m iarge numbers. The brittle stars are so called because Relatives of their habit of dropping off one or more arms when handledor attacked. These, however, are later renewed. The annulates, typified by the familiar earthworm, are worms whosebodies are made up of rings or segments. They are inhabitants of bothAlcove 9 fresh and salt water, many kinds living in the mud and
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General guide to the exhibition halls of the American Museum of Natural History . a-cucumbers and sea-lilies. The sea-star is the pest of the Alcove 8 Sea-Stars oyster beds, where it feeds on oysters and destroys themand Their m iarge numbers. The brittle stars are so called because Relatives of their habit of dropping off one or more arms when handledor attacked. These, however, are later renewed. The annulates, typified by the familiar earthworm, are worms whosebodies are made up of rings or segments. They are inhabitants of bothAlcove 9 fresh and salt water, many kinds living in the mud andAnnulates sand of the shore while others bore into wood and shells.The bodily structures of these annulates are often very beautiful andinteresting. Arthropods include the familiar crabs, lobsters, myriapods, insects,spiders and their relatives. The number of existing species in thisAlcove 10 group is greater than that of all the rest of the animal Arthropods kingdom. No other group comprises so many speciesuseful or harmful to man. On the wall are the two largest specimens of. A TYPICAL ROCK TIDE-POOL ON THE Represented by :i j;n>ii| ~ ^v

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