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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...

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...

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.

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...

Skeletons reveal their secrets | Natural History Museum

Human remains from prehistoric to Victorian London reveal how people lived and died in the city.

How do you move a giraffe around the Museum? | Natural History Museum

With low ceilings and narrow doorways in between, just how do you move a specimen as tall as a giraffe from its old home in the Mammals Hall into...

See the blue whale skeleton and new Hintze Hall display from 14 July 2017 | Natural History Museum

#HinzteHall will reopen on 14 July 2017. For the first time you'll be able to walk underneath the largest animal that ever lived - the #BlueWhale.

Cephalopoda inside out with Jon Ablett | #NHM_Live

During our first ever #NHM_Live broadcast we explored the weird and wonderful world of squid, octopus and cuttlefish with Alastair Hendry and our...

La bilharziose | Natural History Museum

Notre vidéo suit le cycle de vie des schistosomes, ces parasites mortels qui vivent dans l'eau, des escargots et même des gens. Découvrez comment...

Redisplaying cabinets of curiosities | Natural History Museum

Resin deer lungs, a Pterosaur fossil, and shells from HMS Endeavour are just a few of the curious specimens bound for our redeveloped Hintze Hall....

Can we reverse biodiversity loss? | Natural History Museum

Alarming data has emerged about global species loss in terrestrial ecosystems. Find out how a huge data set is revealing what could happen if...

Sensational Butterflies 2017 | Natural History Museum

Our annual tropical butterfly house is back. See hundreds of live butterflies and moths, spot caterpillars munching on leaves and learn about the...

A dinosaur deconstructed | Natural History Museum

Moving a dinosaur is never easy. Museum conservators pack Dippy the Diplodocus skeleton into boxes, one bone at a time, as part of the preparation...