Jacques Cuisin, conservation delegate at the National Museum of Natural History, revealed something important to us, a black swan. He is the first to arrive in France. In 1803, an expedition sponsored by Joséphine de Beauharnais brought him back from Australia. And 220 years later, he hasn’t revealed all of his secrets. Indeed, this animal can still be a carrier of scientific information. He can tell us a lot of things.
At the National Museum of Natural History, our journalists also met Kristoff Voisin. His workshop is located a stone’s throw from the establishment, at the end of an almost hidden alley. Kristoff was once an animal healer, but part of the reason the museum can exhibit so many species in its galleries today is this taxidermist.
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