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Muséum d’histoire naturelle d’Angers is a Frenchnatural history museum in the Hôtel Demarie-Valentin, (dating from 1521) in Angers. It contains 100,000 specimens and documents, including 2,500 birds, 20,000 molluscs, and 50,000 fossils. It also contains some meteorites that have hit France, such as Angers and L'Aigle.