The Harvard Museum Expedition to Australia.

@article{Gardiner1931TheHM,
  title={The Harvard Museum Expedition to Australia.},
  author={J. Stanley Gardiner},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1931},
  volume={128},
  pages={457-458}
}
THE announcement made by Science Service, and commented upon in NATURE of July 11, evidently gives a misleading idea of the objects sought by the Harvard Museum Expedition to Australia. It is not primarily an expedition to secure specimens for a museum, but for the study of the animals of the region when alive. Such work necessarily entails the killing of a limited number of forms, so as the better to understand their habits, feeding, movement, reproduction, and so on. But the ‘bag’ thus sought…