Detail of drawing by Paul Rosenbloom inspired by the Museum's collection of graptolites. Copyright: Paul Rosenbloom 2001Her Majesty The Queen and Sir Neil Chalmers at the Darwin Centre Phase One launch


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2002/3 Highlights
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Return to the Museum's main home page Annual Report 2002/03 home page  Turbulent Landscapes opened, featuring interactive artworks and spectacular aerial performances. The Zimbabwean sculptors George Mubayi and Elvis Mamvura presented stone sculpting workshops in the Wildlife Garden David Bellamy helped launch The Freshwater Algal Flora of the British Isles, a major new identification guide co-published with Cambridge University Press Paintings and drawings inspired by the Museum's collection of grapolites went on display in Paul Rosenbloom's Traces Sooty celebrated 50 years on television with a visit to the Museum. The Opening of Dino-Birds gave European audiences the first opportunity to see important fossils recently discovered in China. Moorhens nested in the Wildlife Garden for the first time. Turbulent Landscapes opened, featuring interactive artworks and spectacular aerial performances.