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KENT magazine - April 2011
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Feature: Seaside postcard collection goes on show
Saucy seaside postcards will be back on display after being banned in the 1950s. The postcards, held by the British Cartoon Archive at the University, are part of a collection of 1,300 cards confiscated under the obscenity laws from 1951-1961.
News: New hope for rare chameleon
Conservationists from the Durrell Institute of Conservation and Ecology (DICE) have discovered a new population of Madagascar’s Belalanda chameleon. The discovery took place just days after the team hosted an international conference to assess the conservation status of all Madagascar’s reptiles, three of which, including the Belalanda, are already very close to extinction and have been classified as Critically Endangered.
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