Biology D. Student Bursts Into Rare Crustacean Case
"We just ain't got no privacy," moaned one rare Crustacea to its neighbor as a splintering crash was heard over head. Safe from predatory human bug-hunters and naturalists since its incarceration in a glass case at Peabody 50 years ago these animals today again had attackers.
Leaning too heavily on the glass covering which sheltered the exhibits an over-zealous Biology D student had come out of his daze to find himself staring at an equally wide and glassy-eyed speciman of early American lobster. "Pardon me," was his sole comment. "Think nothing of it," replied his victim.