What on Earth?
Snakestones: the myth, magic and science of ammonites
It was once widely believed that ammonites were coiled snakes turned magically to stone.
The Natural History Museum in lockdown: flesh-eating beetles and exploding fossils
Who is looking after the collections while the Museum is in lockdown?
Dinosaur diaries: Arctic duck-billed dinosaurs, dental work and dimorphism
A new discovery reveals this hadrosaur had one of the largest geographical ranges of any dinosaur.22 May 2020
Turtles have lived for 230 million years - but will they survive climate change?
Tracking the diversity of turtles could also give us clues as to how they might respond to increasing pressures in the future.22 May 2020