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There are more than two million biological specimens showcasing the research at UBC housed within the Beaty Biodiversity Museum. Among the museum's treasures are an 85-foot-long (26-metre) blue whale skeleton, which looms over visitors in the atrium, the third-largest fish collection in Canada. Additionally, a myriad of fossils, shells, insects, fungi, mammals, birds, reptiles, amphibians, and plants from around BC and across the world. Those seeking an interactive experience can head to the Allan Yap Discovery Lab or check out a film in the Allan Yap Theatre.