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#WPY54 Winners | #NHM_Live Special

Join wildlife photographers and competition judges for a unique look at some of the winning images from this year's Wildlife Photographer of the...

Wildlife Photographer of the Year Awards | #NHM_Live Special

Join our hosts to watch the #WPY54 awards ceremony in this #NHM_live special, broadcast live from the Museum's Hintze Hall, and be the first to...

The secret physics of dandelion seeds

Every child knows that blowing on a dandelion clock will send its seeds floating off into the air. But physicists wanted to know more. How does an...

Cuttlefish: Wearing thoughts on the skin

A new technique is allowing researchers to study the inner workings of a cuttlefish brain by tracking colour changing cells in their skin. These...

Are lions the most intelligent cat?

Dr. Natalia Borrego works with lion whisperer Kevin Richardson to carry out lion IQ tests. Please LIKE and SUBSCRIBE if you enjoyed!...

How brainy is an octopus? | Natural History Museum

It's a well-known fact that octopuses have eight arms. But did you know that each arm contains its own 'mini brain'? Museum curator Jon Ablett...

Sterilize straw for mushroom cultivation - Oyster mushroom bio-remediation of Incinerator ash #1

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5WOkJwVer_E&list=PLhAXj-vNqBVlph47fVSKTBztw_BkoySbQ&index=2 #growingmushrooms #workwithnature #EM #composttea

Hadeda foraging

Cape Sugarbirds