Nature

Meet the snails that don't need Cupid | Natural History Museum

Cupid may be part of classical Roman mythology, but there are certain species of snail that have evolved real love darts. Explore more toxic...

Meet the migrating monarchs | Natural History Museum

Follow the remarkable migration of an iconic butterfly species. Website: http://www.nhm.ac.uk Twitter: http://twitter.com/NHM_London Facebook:...

In pursuit of a universal antivenom | Natural History Museum

An exclusive online look at content from the Natural History Museum's Venom: Killer and cure exhibition. Snake venoms have very complex chemical...

Keeping track of porpoises | Natural History Museum

Third in a three part exclusive online look at content from the Natural History Museum's Whales: Beneath the surface exhibition. Website:...

What can we learn from whales' earplugs? | Natural History Museum

Second in a three part exclusive online look at content from the Natural History Museum's Whales: Beneath the surface exhibition. Follow a team of...

How do killer whales hunt? | Natural History Museum

First in a three part exclusive online look at content from the Natural History Museum's Whales: Beneath the surface exhibition. Find out how orca...

The making of our Neanderthal and early Homo sapiens models | Natural History Museum

Watch Dutch artists, the Kennis brothers, as they produce lifelike models of a Neanderthal and an early Homo sapiens for the Museum in 2014. Come...

How to build a diplodocus | Natural History Museum

Since leaving the Natural History Museum's Hintze Hall, Dippy the diplodocus has been on an adventure... Find out more about Dippy's natural...

The frogs that headbutt their enemies | Natural History Museum

Many species of frog are known to be poisonous. But although rare, there are venomous species too. To find out more about these amphibians' unusual...

Dippy on Tour | Natural History Museum

Dippy, the Natural History Museum's much-loved Diplodocus cast, is going on a natural history adventure across the UK. Find out more:...

Rhomaleosaurus: Creating a virtual reality sea dragon | Natural History Museum

A long-dead sea dragon, Rhomaleosaurus cramptoni roamed the water at the same time as dinosaurs dominated the land, and died out more than 180...

Toxic tactics of the platypus | Natural History Museum

Watch Dr Ronald Jenner explore the venomous puzzle that the platypus poses. When these odd-looking animals were first observed in Europe, some...

Why does Rudolph have a red nose? | Natural History Museum

A red-nosed reindeer may not be as unusual as you think. Take a closer look at the insects that could be the cause of Rudolph's...

The light of the lanternfishes | Natural History Museum

Lanternfish are one of many animals that light up the ocean with their glowing bodies. Fish expert Ollie Crimmen explains more about these deep-sea...