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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...

Why are birds the only surviving dinosaurs? | Natural History Museum

The story of dinosaurs' disappearance is a famous one. Less familiar is the tale of the dinosaurs that were left behind. Watch the animation to...

What lies beneath? | #NHM_Live

Come down to the depths of the Museum basement with us this month for an exclusive peek at the Tank Room and meet some of the 22 million specimens...

Beetlemania: rediscovering one of Britain's lost species | Natural History Museum

The great capricorn beetle has been extinct in Britain for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. But two made an unexpected reappearance in the...

360° fossil-hunting adventure | Natural History Museum

Join a fossil hunt on the Jurassic Coast in Dorset. Get tips on what fossils to look out for as you explore the beach alongside students on a...

Who was Cheddar Man? | #NHM_Live

Hear from three of the scientists who studied Cheddar Man and who use DNA to learn about our ancient relatives. This show was recorded live on 18...

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...