'Chrysalis' by Carl Akeley, 1924. This sculpture was commissioned by the New York Academy of Design and unveiled at the West Side Unitarian Church, members of which were outraged that Carl would so blatantly draw a line unifying primate kinship and relation. Akeley claimed his intent was to express how man is as bestial as the gorilla - that's to say, not at all. Found in the biological anthropology offices.

'Chrysalis' by Carl Akeley, 1924. This sculpture was commissioned by the New York Academy of Design and unveiled at the West Side Unitarian Church, members of which were outraged that Carl would so blatantly draw a line unifying primate kinship and relation. Akeley claimed his intent was to express how man is as bestial as the gorilla - that's to say, not at all. Found in the biological anthropology offices.