One of my favorite museums period is the Natural History Museum in London. The building alone is worth the trip to visit.
Here is a stuffed dodo. Well, it is really not an actual dodo carcass, but a approximation made by Rowland Ward, one of the greatest Victorian taxidermists, and were first exhibited around the 1890s at the Natural History Museum. It is a composite of swan and goose feathers along with some plaster sculpting.
Apparently there is a lot of discussion as to how inaccurate this models now is. Anyway click on the picture to go to a vice.com article explaining the whole controversy.