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NHMPalaeobotany 5h
If you're visiting tomorrow, join me at in the Attenborough studio at 12.30 or 14.30 to learn about the world our stegosaur lived in
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What’s your favourite image from the new exhibition? Young winner Daniël Nelson couldn’t choose just one. Visit to find your favourite
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Britain's human story extends back nearly one million years. Discover the timeline of ancient humans in Britain and see maps showing how the changing coastline affected the presence of humans
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Britain's human story extends back nearly one million years. Discover the timeline of ancient humans in Britain and see maps showing how the changing coastline affected the presence of humans
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What new insights does our film reveal about the rituals of our Ice Age ancestors? Discover more about the people who lived in Gough's Cave 14,700 years ago
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has landed, but we’re blasting off to a galaxy far, far away at in March. Watch the latest Star Wars and Star Trek movies on the big screen at the Museum
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Erica McAlister Dec 14
I have just been handed four boxes of flies. In them there are beeflies that were caught emerging from Tsetse flies!!! Parasitic flies preying on blood sucking flies - nature is just too cool
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 14
: There are 10,000 species of bird and scientists working on want to know why they are so colourful. Here's how you can get involved:
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 13
This week’s shot is a throwback to 2012 with ’s image of a fluffed-up raven taken in Jasper National Park, Canada.
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Dec 13
Who will stand out in the crowd? There's just over 24 hours left to enter the 2018 competition, so if you've been thinking about it, the time is now! Our firm deadline is 11.30am GMT, Thurs 14 Dec.
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 13
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Hi Laura, yes, we are open 9.00-17.50 on 29 December.
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 12
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Excellent - that's by
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 12
A feature film is being made about 1800s palaeontologist Mary Anning. Her fossil finds on the Jurassic Coast changed the way we think about prehistoric life
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 11
: A shark, a bee and a scallop will have their genome sequenced thanks to Museum staff, helping us to find out more about British wildlife
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 11
The closing date of Thu 14 Dec is rapidly approaching so don’t wait to enter to see if you could be the next Wildlife Photographer of the Year… Enter the competition online before 11.30GMT, Thu 14 Dec (in the morning, not the evening!)
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The National Lottery Dec 11
. is one of hundreds of venues giving free offers to National Lottery players . 🦖🐋 Find your nearest here:
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 10
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Our free prize draw to go whale watching in Atlantic Canada can be won by only one family, but anyone can visit the : Beneath the surface exhibition at the Museum, open until 28 Feb 2018. Don’t miss out
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Dec 10
If has been as inspiring to you as it has been to us, don't miss this incredible chance to experience the for real while whale watching in Atlantic Canada with our free prize draw. Open to UK residents only. Ts and Cs apply
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Dec 10
Key date for your diary, photographers! The 2018 competition closes for entries this Thursday 14 December at 11.30am GMT. The deadline is final. Time to get those submissions in. Good luck!
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year Dec 10
'Surely we have a responsibility to care for ' - Sir David Attenborough. Image by Finalist Justin Hofman.
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