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Morden-Clark Asiatic Expedition of the American Museum of Natural History (1926)

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1926 January - 1927 February
The Morden-Clark Expedition, funded and planned by William James Morden and assisted by James L. Clark and a team of local guides, ventured into Central Asia in search of specimens for the Asian Hall of Mammals. The Expeditoin resulted in specimens of Ovis Poli sheep, Ibex, and Roe Deer, as well as film and photographs of the journey and the animals in their natural habitats. The Expedition set out in early 1926 and returned home in February 1927.
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