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Maison Deyrolle in Paris: One of the world’s last remaining curiosity shops

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Maison Deyrolle in Paris is one of the last remaining curiosity shops in the world. Specialised in entomology and taxidermy, Maison Deyrolle has shot to world-wide fame, not the least thanks to its pedagogical charts which have been used in schools and universities in more than 120 countries to teach the natural sciences.

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