Twitter | Search | |
Grant Museum, UCL
The Grant Museum of Zoology is home to some of the world's rarest specimens. Our new exhibition The Museum of opens Sept 21
8,192
Tweets
694
Following
9,140
Followers
Tweets
Grant Museum, UCL 15h
Oh how we love this! How many can you spot? The exhibition opens tomorrow.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL 19h
Plural Animal Wednesday (): A gulp of magpies
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 19
This may be the oldest set of instructions for caring for - borrowed from . Read:
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 19
Darwin's work on evolution was influenced by his passion for pigeons. Thanks for the objects &
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL retweeted
Anna Garnett Sep 19
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 19
The first specimen we installed was a turkey. They were used to study the switching on and off of genes for attractiveness.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 18
Mummified cats to the left of me, Hogarth's pug to the right... Here I am, installing with yoUCL Museums. Opening Thursday!
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL retweeted
Mathew Lowe Sep 18
Pigeons with magnetic bases - on their way with to the . All makes perfect sense to me.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 18
This is less than a quarter of the 4000 mice skeletons we are installing in our exhibition, The Museum of . Opens Thursday.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 16
Join us today from 1.30pm to get creative with our family art activity Creature Creations.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 15
Specimen of the week has round eggs, hairy toes and is causing trouble all over the world.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 15
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 15
Join us + get creative in our Creature Creations family art workshop, tomorrow from 1.30pm
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 14
Replying to @GrantMuseum
The mice were collected from islands around the world, as part of a study into how island ecology affects evolution.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 14
Replying to @ToriHerridge
They are - collected (in many cases by hand) from islands across the world.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 14
The 4000 mice skeletons going in our exhibition are now being loaded into tubes which will tile one wall of the museum.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 14
We are putting 4000 mice skeletons on display in our exhibition. This is what 4000 mice looks like.
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 13
Replying to @rosalindmwhite
One of our ocelot skulls has a label saying it was found inside the belly of a snake
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 13
Scary monkey is pretty special
Reply Retweet Like
Grant Museum, UCL Sep 13
We have around 8%. Museums with large numbers of small things like insects or microscope slides will have lower percentages
Reply Retweet Like