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Nature is the ultimate place to find inspiration. Maybe looking at these natural curiosities will inspire you to create your own unique collection. Happy Halloween!

Coral and shell chopstick collection from jurgen-lehl-for-babaghuri  ↓

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Image © Indianapolis Museum of Art ↓

A collection of bean, shells, feathers, wood, and glass by Alexander Hayden Girard.

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Image from Things Organized Neatly

Shells by Stephanie Viets.

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Image from www.nytimes.com ↓

A selection from the butterfly and moth collection of Titian R. Peale, a noted 19th century entomologist.

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Image from Things Organized Neatly ↓

A box of sixteen kinds of silk cocoons. Made by the 3rd year class students of the Silkworm course. Anhwei provincial girl’s vocation school. Anking, China.

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Image via Carnegie Museum of Natural History ↓

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© Animal bone collection by Mary Jo Hoffman ↓

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Beetle collection from www.insectnet.com ↓

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Photography © Curious Expeditions ↓

Items Relating to Hornets At the Horniman Museum and Gardens in London, England.

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Feather collection by Bianca Snow ↓

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Ginkgo leaves installed as a pattern by Lindsey Fox ↓

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