THE BATTERY-POWERED OPOSSUM
ABOUT THE OBJECT
In the spirit of slightly confusing objects, welcome: the Battery-Powered Opossum. The museum team don’t know for sure why this specimen had a D-cell battery in it, but most likely it was to weigh it down when it was being preserved (and perhaps this was done in haste, in the field). The battery is now displayed beside the opossum, rather than inside of it.
Discover more here.
Create a Wing of Mistakes for your museum. Each team member must contribute at least one item, with a short description of how this item relates to a mistake they have made.
There is no maximum on the number of items that can be submitted.
HOW TO WIN?
Most impressive wing of mistakes wins.
HOW TO SUBMIT?
Email Incognito Society Officer Maryam with your wing of mistakes – and make sure to give your team’s name so she can track points! All submissions must be in by 4pm UK time on Tuesday 9th March.
If you’d like to, you can share your wings on social media using #incognitomistakes