Finch by Finch

The University of Cambridge Zoological Museum is currently displaying artist Tolly Nason's cast glass sculpture installation Seeing the Light: Finch by Finch, which is based on the beaks of Darwin's Galápagos finch specimens. It's pretty cool.

While I was there, I managed to take a short video (observe Michael Barton making an appearance in the background):

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