Ocean plastic is changing the blood chemistry of seabirds
29 July 2019
What this means for their future is still not known.
The quest for one of the world's oldest bumblebees
26 July 2019
Genes of an elusive Tibetan bumblebee can finally be sequenced.
Australian flies found in London
24 July 2019
Scale parasite flies, of a new fly family for Britain, have been found in the Museum's Wildlife Garden.
Big Butterfly Count: Chris Packham on how to save British butterflies
19 July 2019
Turning the tide of biodiversity loss is a big job.
Quest begins to sequence genomes of all UK life
18 July 2019
Insects from Merseyside were some of the first animals studied in a new project.
Are natural history museums inherently racist?
16 July 2019
How these institutions now engage with their history is crucial in how they move forward.
A new look at the Gibraltar Neanderthals
15 July 2019
Discover more about some iconic Neanderthal skulls.
Modern humans may have been in Europe 150,000 years earlier than thought
10 July 2019
New dating suggests they were in southern Greece 210,000 years ago.
A series of Mary Anning films are about to hit the cinemas
4 July 2019
Pioneering woman palaeontologist to hit cinema screens soon.
This is how the ancestor of modern snakes could have looked
3 July 2019
What can we learn from scanning snakes?