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2002 / August–October 2002
/ November–December 2002 /
1: Turbulent Landscapes opened, featuring interactive artworks and spectacular
2 : David Bellamy helped launch The Freshwater Algal Flora of the
British Isles, a major new identification guide co-published with
Cambridge University Press.
3 : Moorhens nested in the Wildlife Garden for the first time.
4 : The Zimbabwean sculptors George Mubayi and Elvis Mamvura presented
stone sculpting workshops in the Wildlife Garden.
5 : The opening of Dino-Birds gave European audiences the first
opportunity to see important fossils recently discovered in China.
6 : Sooty celebrated 50 years on television with a visit to the Museum.
7 : Paintings and drawings inspired by the Museum’s collection of
graptolites went on display in Paul Rosenbloom’s Traces.
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