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Posted April 18. 2018 4:31PM

Efforts underway to preserve Libby Museum's collection of animal specimens for posterity

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Gia Majano, 4, of Delray Beach, Fla., visits a bear at the Libby Museum in Wolfeboro in this 2012 courtesy photo. (LARISSA MULKERN)

WOLFEBORO — Alana Albee, Director of The Libby Museum of Natural History, would like to see Dr. Libby's collection of natural specimens last another 100 years, but without some major improvements, it won't last another 50, she predicts. That process is in motion with help from the Friends of the Libby and voter approval, this past March, of a feasibility study to chart a course toward sustainability.