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influence of dress
influence of dress Dress: The Silent Language is one of the exhibits in "Across the Frontier"
Pie Chart
Pie Chart The pie chart of mammal specimens presented by their countries of origin, is part of a display called 'The Art of Collecting Mammals', found in the Shortridge Hall. facts
Pie chart of mammal groups
Pie chart of mammal groups The pie chart of mammal groups presented in percentages, is part of a display called 'The Art of Collecting Mammals', found in the Shortridge Hall. facts
Huberta
Huberta The Amathole Museum is the home of Huberta, the world's most famous hippopotamus. More than seventy five years after her death, young and old are still captivated by the story of her wanderings. showcase
Wolsak
Wolsak Another outstanding mammal specimen on display is a buffalo called Wolsak, which the first curator of the museum, Frank Pym, shot in 1906
Interesting Facts
Interesting Facts An exhibit on the Eastern Cape Rocky, a rare fish species found only in the Eastern Cape of South Africa, in the Pym Gallery of Amathole Museum facts
Elephants
Elephants A elephant calf and cow on display in the Shortridge Hall, Amathole Museum
Giant Golden Mole
Giant Golden Mole One of giant golden moles on display in the Shortrigde Hall, Amathole Museum
printing press
printing press Albion printing press on display in the Missionary Museum. It was used to print the first complete Xhosa Bible (1856 - 9) at Mount Coke Mission.
ungquphantsi
ungquphantsi Model of the Xhosa ungquphantsi, so called because of it's low entrance requirng a person to stoop before netering. On display in the Xhosa Gallery, Amathole Museum
squatter dwellings
squatter dwellings Model of squatter dwellings, on display in the Xhosa Gallery, Amathole Museum

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