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Grant Museum, UCL
The Grant Museum of Zoology is home to some of the world's rarest specimens. We share stories from our collections and run a lively events programme.
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MuseumMileLDN Jul 19
Ever wondered how sharp a shark’s tooth is or how many scales a pangolin has? Budding zoologists can get hands-on exploring the natural world on 28 July
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 18
Our bird skulls are looking pretty fly on their new mounts made by
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 18
Did you know that crows can recognise faces and will hold grudges if someone has threatened them in the past? Find out more about this amazing bird in 's final specimen of the week post:
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Dr Emily V Johnson Jul 18
Had the best morning checking my tentative identification of some and bones! Zooarchaeology HEAVEN.
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 18
We are very sorry about our closure this Friday. We hope our apology echidna will make up for it...
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 18
The Grant Museum will be CLOSED on Friday 20th July. We are very sorry for any inconvenience and hope to see you soon.
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 18
Plural Animal Wednesday (): A tuxedo of penguins
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Nadine Gabriel, Hunter of Rocks Jul 13
😢 My final specimen of the week blog post for the is the carrion crow. Since it's it features some superstitions
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 13
This , find out about the superstitions surrounding the carrion crow in specimen of the week!
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UCL Alumni Jul 12
Any budding zoologists in the family? and need your help adding to their collection. What wild animals can you create at their family art day? Join them for free!
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 13
Caw caw! Specimen of the week is the carrion crow!
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 11
He's coming home, he's coming home, he's coming, Chimp is coming home... Our chimp has been away for conservation, but he returned to his case this afternoon
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 11
Replying to @TWartyculture
A collection? A cabinet? A ponder?
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 11
He's coming home, he's coming home, he's coming, Chimp is coming home... Our chimp has been away for conservation, but he returned to his case this afternoon
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 11
Replying to @TWartyculture
That's a good one! *checks the giant spreadsheet* we haven't had a mob of mongooses yet, do you mind if we borrow it?
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 11
Plural Animal Wednesday (): A scurry of squirrels
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Impropera Jul 10
Over the last year we have taken our show in collaboration with + to thanks to the generous support of 's .
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 9
Hello! That's actually a bird pelvis. Unfortunately I can't tell you what kind of bird it is but these people might be able to help you:
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 9
Can plastic be fantastic? Specimen of the Week thinks so:
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 6
Red, white and grey. Read about how fossil casts and moulds are created in this Specimen of the Week blog!
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