At the far end of Carnegie Museum of Natural History’s Bird Hallway is a half-sized door that has intrigued visitors for decades. Now, each time a curious passerby opens it, a hologram of a different treasure from the museum’s collection appears. The only clues to what’s behind the entryway is gold lettering that reads “Section … Continued
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