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The Museum’s zoology collection consists of over 110,000 specimens…

It contains specimens from other countries in the Caribbean, and represents a wide variety of faunal classes including insects, spiders, mollusks, crustacea, amphibians, fish, reptiles, birds and mammals.

The collection houses two (2) specimens of the extinct Jamaican Petrel, Pterodroma caribbaea and several specimens of species classified as threatened, rare or endangered.

The oldest specimen is a moth from 1879