From the Alaska Dispatch News:
Need to borrow a polar bear fur? Or a walrus skull complete with tusks? Or how about a beluga whale vertebrae or piece of baleen?
All you need is a library card and a trip to the Alaska Resources Library and Information Services on the University of Alaska Anchorage campus.
The library — better known as ARLIS — is home to the furs, mounts and skulls collection. It’s where hundreds of animal specimens from wolverine furs to stuffed puffins are available for checkout by the general public.
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