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Fossil Pigments: Prehistory in Technicolour – with Maria McNamara
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Fossil Pigments: Prehistory in Technicolour – with Maria McNamara

One of the major goals of palaeontology is to bring ancient creatures to life. How did they move? What did they eat?And where did they live? We can answer questions like this using the hard bony parts of fossils and

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What’s so special about these amoebae? | Natural History Museum
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What’s so special about these amoebae? | Natural History Museum

You might think single-celled organisms are simple creatures but they can do extraordinary things I study a group of microscopic single-celled organisms called testate amoebae, which show some pretty incredible behaviours. First of all, they build shells that are unique

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How to make a beeswax wrap | Natural History Museum
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How to make a beeswax wrap | Natural History Museum

What you need 100% cotton material, beeswax, grater, baking paper, iron, scissors Step 1. Prepare Preheat your iron on a wool setting, without water Cut the cotton to your desired shape and size Place on a sheet of baking paper

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Metal Detecting In A Valley – PART 2 – Pieces Of History
Mosasaurs 101 | National Geographic
Lucy Cooke explores weird and wonderful flies at the Museum | Natural History Museum
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Lucy Cooke explores weird and wonderful flies at the Museum | Natural History Museum

Erica, hello! Nice to meet you. This is part of our insect collection. There must be millions. Approximately 34 million, to be kind of precise, if we can be. Yes, it’s one of the largest collections in the world. These

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The philosophy of cynicism – William D. Desmond
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The philosophy of cynicism – William D. Desmond

In the 4th century BCE, a banker’s son threw the city of Sinope into scandal by counterfeiting coins. When the dust finally settled, the young man, Diogenes of Sinope, had been stripped of his citizenship, his money, and all his

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Prehistoric Animals that Still Exist Today
How to make a natural Christmas wreath | Natural History Museum
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How to make a natural Christmas wreath | Natural History Museum

What you need Foliage, gloves, pruning shears, ribbon, twine Step 1. Collect Find a spot where you have permission to collect foliage Put on gloves to protect your hands Pick foliage of different sizes, textures and colours Evergreens such as

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