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Science Museum Sep 13
is full of old fossils, but we have robots, a Spitfire and ancient poisons. Boom!
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 13
Replying to @sciencemuseum
We have robot dinosaurs, Pterodactyls and the most venomous creatures on Earth. Plus volcanoes and earthquakes ... And vampire fish.
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Science Museum Sep 13
Replying to @NHM_London
What about this merman & we do have a Polaris nuclear missile as Khalil says!
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 13
Replying to @sciencemuseum
Jenny Haniver sees your merman, never bring a nuke to an earth-shattering meteorite fight, and our cockroach specimens w/ survive us all ;)
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Science Museum Sep 13
Replying to @NHM_London
We see your cockroach and... whack it with a welly
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 13
Replying to @sciencemuseum
There is never just one cockroach. And we quietly melt your plastics with our lava.
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Science Museum Sep 13
Replying to @NHM_London
We'll (hopefully) fight your lava with all our fire engines
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 13
Replying to @sciencemuseum
*Game of Thrones theme music* Send in the (sea)-dragons... (from The Book of the Great Sea-Dragons by Thomas Hawkins, 1840).
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Science Museum Sep 13
Replying to @NHM_London
We see your dragons and have escaped in this bathyscaphe
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 13
Replying to @sciencemuseum
It may be a good idea to avoid our Fossil Marine Reptiles gallery in that. Chomp, chomp:
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Bednarz O'Connell
Shall we call a draw then? Shake hands, go home and have a nice cuppa tea.
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 13
Replying to @bednarz @sciencemuseum
Erm... oh, okay then.
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Kevin Marks Sep 14
Did this thread die out? Is going to stuff it?
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Science Museum Sep 14
Replying to @NHM_London @bednarz
We were all set to call it a draw, but then we saw this. Turns out, we have a dinosaur AND it's 3D printed!
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 14
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OK, we weren't going to do this, but here come the locusts... Phymateus viridipes, Phymateus karschi, and Ornithacris pictula magnifica...
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 14
Replying to @sciencemuseum @bednarz
And this locust is one you can see on the balconies of the new .
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((The Italian Mum)) Sep 14
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Science Museum Sep 14
Replying to @NHM_London @bednarz
Obviously we won't use this DDT Insect Spray (on display in our new Mathematics Gallery) so instead....
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Science Museum Sep 14
Replying to @NHM_London @bednarz
... we'll fight them off with this Giant Killer, a British-made insect swatter from 1900-1930
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NaturalHistoryMuseum Sep 14
Replying to @sciencemuseum @bednarz
You're going to need a bigger swatter. Victorians had to shoot some insects like the Goliath beetle out of the sky
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