Spring flies that mimic bees make their annual appearance in our identification unit.
Museum scientists identify the 200th caecilian, a weird and wonderful group of little-known amphibians.
UK debut for Lyuba the 42,000-year-old infant mammoth in the Mammoths: Ice Age Giants exhibition.
New research into lion genes could help scientists boost numbers.
Exceptional preservation reveals a 520-million-year-old cardiovascular system.
Join us in the Sensational Butterflies hothouse and the Wildlife Garden, both opening this week in time for spring weather.
Former Minister of State for Trade and Investment joins the Museum's Board of Trustees for a four year appointment.
At 20.30 this Saturday 29 March, the Museum will go dark in support of a worldwide environmental campaign.
Document found in Museum's archive suggests the river blenny was wiped out on Cyprus.
A line up of specimens of the world's most dangerous creatures is waiting to greet you.
The Palaeontographical Society – 8th Annual Address Dr Richard Edmonds (Jurassic Coast Heritage ...
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So this piece has come about because of my participation in Twitter's recent #MuseumWeek. This was a global se...
Fri, 04 Apr 2014 17:10:17
Last week I and several colleagues (including Daniel Whitmore and Mindy Syfert) arrived back from deepest, dar...
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