A 4.1 magnitude earthquake rocked Britain on Thursday 20 February. Recorded under the Bristol Channel, it was felt in Devon, South Wales and Somerset.
Find out about such phenomena and the processes that cause them.
Follow Museum scientists as they carry out fieldwork around the world, look behind the scenes at the life of a Museum curator, or ask experts for help identifying insects, fossils and more.
Separate fact from fiction with the help of our expert guide and get identification tips.
Which dinosaurs lived in Britain and the rest of the world? Check out our guide to over 300 dinosaurs.
Uncover the fascinating stories behind some of the most exceptional items in the Museum collections.
Zoom in on a spectacular fossil of Archaeopteryx, which proved that birds evolved from dinosaurs.
Discover what DNA taught Bill Bailey, Alice Roberts and other celebrities about their ancient ancestry.
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To mark International Women's Day, we focus on some of the projects run by women at the Museum and announce our Women Artists exhibition.
Follow the research into exciting new traces of the earliest known humans in Britain.