Nature and pollution: what lichens tell us about toxic air
Like small signposts, lichens can tell us a lot about the air we are breathing.
Wildlife Photographer of the Year: celebrating the variety of life on Earth
Explore some of the richest habitats the planet has to offer and discover the beauty and abundance of life on Earth with this gallery of images.
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?