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Lynx spider (Oxyopes sertatus)

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Jumping spider with long front legs

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Osprey feeding on a carp

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Common eastern firefly (Photinus pyralis) in USA

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The mighty megafauna with Pip Brewer | #NHM_Live

Do you know your mastodons from your mammoths? Join host Alastair Hendry as he speaks to Pip Brewer, Curator of Fossil Mammals to find out more...

Shark tales of the past and present with Emma Bernard | #NHM_Live

Emma Bernard, Curator of Fossil Fish, was with host Alistair Hendry for #NHM_Live to show off some of the Museum's shark specimens, and to answer...

Meet the spiders with Jan Beccaloni | #NHM_Live

Jan Beccaloni, Curator of Arachnida, was with host David Urry to show you some spidery specimens. From their ‘scary movement’ and the impacts of...

The art of preserving a blue marlin | Natural History Museum

The blue marlin is one of the Museum's largest-ever specimens preserved whole in fluid - and an innovative technique will make this enormous fish...

Seaweeds: a hidden habitat under threat | Natural History Museum

Follow the final stages of the creation of the seaweed displays in the redeveloped Hintze Hall.

The blue whale: a three-year labour of love | Natural History Museum

We've reached the end of a three year project to install a blue whale skeleton in the Museum's central space. Watch a summary of the work involved...

What have the flies ever done for us? with Duncan Sivell and Martin Hall | #NHM_Live

Fly expert Duncan Sivell and forensic entomologist Martin Hall were with host Camilla Tham discussing the many ways in which flies (and their...

Preparing for the seaweed display in Hintze Hall | Natural History Museum

Watch seaweed expert Juliet Brodie prepare seaweeds for a new display in Hintze Hall, the Museum's central space.

Whales: Beneath the surface | Natural History Museum

Dive through one of the world’s most compelling evolutionary journeys and discover the story of the whale in the Whales: Beneath the Surface...

Fantastic mini-beasts and where to find them with Stephanie West | #NHM_Live

Out in our leafy grounds, Steph West of the Museum's Angela Marmont Centre for UK Biodiversity talked to host David Urry about the wildlife in your...