Nature

#WPY54 Winners | #NHM_Live

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

How do frogs see in the dark? | Natural History Museum

Scientists are figuring out exactly how frogs see the world around them, using a wide range of technologies in the process. Find out more about...

Life at hydrothermal vents | Natural History Museum

Hydrothermal vents are unique environments. Dr Adrian Glover and Dr Maggie Georgieva are looking at how animals adapt to survive on these ocean...

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...

Wildlife Photographer of the Year 54: Trailer | Natural History Museum

See the world through a new lens: http://www.nhm.ac.uk/wpy Now in its fifty-fourth year, Wildlife Photographer of the Year showcases extraordinary...

What is the elephantnose fish's secret ability? | Natural History Museum

Elephantnose fish are usually found in murky waters. Although it would be difficult for us to find our way around in their preferred habitat, these...

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...

Ask A Curator | #NHM_Live

What's the one thing you've always wanted to #AskACurator? For Ask A Curator Data 2018, we gathered Museum scientists Emma Bernard, John Hunnex and...

How do tiny fossils help us learn about past climates? | Natural History Museum

Even the smallest fossil shells can hold clues about what past climates were like. Dr Lyndsey Fox explains what scientists can learn about the past...

Would you live with your enemy? | Natural History Museum

Deep in the ocean a species of polychaete worm is living life on the edge, making its home inside an animal that could eat it. Website:...

There's more to birdsong than meets the ears | Natural History Museum

What accent do you have? If you travel the length of Britain you can hear everything from Scottish to Cornish, via Geordie and Brummie. But did you...

How do rodents carry out 'whisk' assessments? | Natural History Museum

Dr Robyn Grant, a researcher at Manchester Metropolitan University, explains how dormice use their whiskers to help them navigate at night....

360° Weoley Castle urban nature search | Natural History Museum

Join a bioblitz search for plants and animals in the ruins of Weoley Castle in Birmingham, UK. You will discover how even small pockets of land in...

Where on Earth? | #NHM_Live

When Captain Cook set sail 250 years ago on the first expedition devoted to scientific discovery, large parts of the Earth were unexplored. Today,...