Skeletons from the Natural History Museum

Whales: Beneath the Surface was the Natural History Museum's latest exhibition, timed to coincide with the unveiling of the new entrance hall, where childhood favourite Dippy has been replaced by a blue whale skeleton hanging from the ceiling. It was open to the public from 14 July 2017 until 28 February 2018.  

A pigeon that Charles Darwin bred to support his theory of evolution

Treasures of Natural History: Dodos, Darwin’s Pigeons and Neanderthal Skulls

At a recent trip to the Natural History Museum in London I visited their new gallery of treasurers from their collections, which as you'd imagine, are amazingly varied and cover everything from geology and dinosaurs to early human evolution and the animal kingdom. One of the most interesting specimens on display was a composite skeleton … Continue reading Treasures of Natural History: Dodos, Darwin’s Pigeons and Neanderthal Skulls