Moss has long been known for its quirky glass-doored diarama’s, modeled originally on those at the Museum of Natural History, you know, like the one with the wildebeests (which we love, of course). Well kiss it goodbye, kids. Not the wildebeest, we’re talking about closing one of our glorious vitrines. Here are the guys putting up a wall over where the glass doors used to be. Look closely and you’ll see said doors are nestled safely inside, in case we want to restore. But why, why do you do this, we hear you asking. Stay tune, possums. Stay tuned and Bloss will reveal all. Meanwhile, see sample wildebeest below.
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