Fauna and Flora

July 1960
New Yorker;7/30/1960, Vol. 36 Issue 24, p17
The article discusses the author's visit to Hobart M. Van Deusen, a mammalogist of the Archbold Expedition to New Guinea, in the Museum office of Van Deusen in New York City. The visit was held after the sixth expedition of Van Deusen's group. The explorer presented and described the animals they have brought from the expedition including rats, kangaroos, and possums. He also described the expedition's Mount Wilhelm Camp.


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