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Based on the children's book starring the most dangerous creatures on Earth, an exhibition of fearsome specimens opens today at the Natural History Museum, Tring.
Skulls, jaws and specimens of the world's deadliest creatures are lined up and waiting to meet you at the Natural History Museum, Tring.
These ingenious predators are armed with the most violent methods of attack, including punching, poisoning, drowning and exploding. They'll employ the fiercest of tactics to stay alive.
These deadly creatures include:
The exhibition, which runs until 6 July, is based on the leading children's book Deadly! by Nicola Davies, with illustrations by Neal Layton.
Nicola will be at the Natural History Museum, Tring today from 16.00 to 17.00 to sign copies of her book.