RE: NANFA-- cells smashers and ichthyologists

Denkhaus, Robert (DenkhaR_at_Ci.Fort-Worth.TX.US)
Wed, 20 Feb 2002 10:53:39 -0600

It could have been that a few of them weren't quite "clean"...

Rob Denkhaus
Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Roselawn Museum
> Sent: Wednesday, February 20, 2002 10:51 AM
> To:
> Subject: RE: NANFA-- cells smashers and ichthyologists
> Hi Rob
> That's odd. With all of the longhorn skulls displayed so
> prominently around
> the state, I can't imagine why he was surprised. (-:
> Steven A. Ellis
> Kennesaw, GA
> At 10:43 AM 2/20/02 -0600, you wrote:
> >And, in many instances the tradition extends into a
> zoologist's home life as
> >well. If we had basements in Texas, my wife would relegate me and my
> >collections to the bowels of the house. Lacking a basement,
> I am allowed to
> >use odd, out-of-the-way corners where visitors rarely look.
> I think that it
> >may have something to do with the time the minister came to
> visit and my
> >skull collection was spread out of the dining room table....
> >
> >Rob Denkhaus
> >Fort Worth Nature Center & Refuge

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