The Natural History Museum: Ground Level

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There are very few places in the world that flawlessly combine the feeling of universal connection with the realisation that we are tiny specks in the universe. The Natural History Museum in London manages to seamlessly embody this concept.

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Natural History Museum
11 chapter(s)


  • Introduction Natural History Museum
  • A brief history of the National History Museum Natural History Museum
  • Human evolution Ground Floor, Red Zone
  • Lasting impressions Ground Floor, Red Zone
  • Birds and fossil marine reptiles Ground Floor, Green Zone
  • Creepy crawlies Ground Floor, Green Zone
  • Fishes, amphibians, and reptiles Ground Floor, Blue Zone
  • Human biology Ground Floor, Blue Zone
  • Mammals ft. Big Blue: The blue whale skeleton Blue Zone, Ground Floor, Hintze Hall
  • Dinosaurs Ground Floor, Blue Zone
  • The Darwin Centre and Attenborough Studio Ground Floor, Orange Zone

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