A visual survey of Minnesotan megafauna
Minnesota is the habitat of an impressively diverse megafauna. These large, majestic animals are typically constructed out of fiberglass or concrete. Did you know that our state is home to the world's largest tiger muskie, the world's largest Dala horse and the world's largest prairie chicken? All this, plus multiple statues of Paul Bunyan! Come learn about a part of Minnesotan life that -- up to now -- you may have tried to ignore.
Lamberts, William, "A visual survey of Minnesotan megafauna" (2001). Forum Lectures. 348.
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