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Grant Museum, UCL
The Grant Museum of Zoology is one the UK's oldest natural history collections with some of the world's rarest specimens. We run a lively events programme.
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Grant Museum, UCL 17h
Hopefully you can spot which of these photos is the Before and which is the After. New blog about the owl's makeover
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Grant Museum, UCL 21h
We think our long-eared owl looks a lot better following his treatment.👀🦉 Read all about it on the blog:
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Grant Museum, UCL 23h
The googly-eyed owl is googly-eyed no more. The power of , in this week's Specimen of the Week:
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 19
Come bring your budding zoologists and investigate the animal kingdom this Saturday from 1:00pm for our Explore Zoology event!
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 19
The handing over of the Graduate Intern Bony Baton. We're very sad Rowan is leaving us, but very pleased to welcome to the team.
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 19
Plural Animal Wednesday (): A fluther of jellyfish
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 18
Dinosaur ants! Like dinosaurs, but ants. being all funny about his chosen Australian at our stand-up night.
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 18
She's on a roll! Dung beetle comedy from at our Aussie night: a VERY rare example of beneficial introduction.
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Jules Howard Jul 17
Always been a MASSIVE fan. Went today. Here are some of their alizarin-prepared specimens, with bones stained red.
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 17
Often misunderstood. Join us + on Tues 18 July for comedy inspired by animals like this goblin shark
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 17
We've teamed up with and for tomorrow's big Australian animal stand-up comedy night. Come!
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 14
Specimen of the week is the only truly herbivorous marine mammal, the dugong
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 14
Here's our member of the pod laid out for 1st time since 1948. Congratulations
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 14
The best parts of nature are the ugly ones. Join as we get the lols on for the overlooked animals
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 14
Specimen of the week is a treat for any fans out there, it's our very own sea cow!
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 14
Siren, Siren. This week's specimen of the week is a siren, a dugong to be exact
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 13
The are taking over for some themed ugly animal comedy. Join us Tues 18 July
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 13
These guys deserve some love, too no?? Join on Tues 18 July at 6.30pm as we explore overlooked nature
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 13
A wonderful history of the whale which starred in our , with pics from when it hung in :
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Grant Museum, UCL Jul 13
A specimen worthy of a being centre stage! Congratulations to our friends that is a real beauty.
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