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10 awesome exhibits from Treasures of the Natural World

  The Natural History Museum in London is the custodian of one of the most scientifically-significant natural history collections in the world. Within its treasured building, the Museum looks after 80 million specimens among a wealth of objects that help scientists understand … Continue reading

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Sea Monsters: Past and Present

Sentosa’s S.E.A. Aquarium’s latest exhibition features prehistoric creatures from the past, and offered an educational journey into many of the living fossils that are still extant today. Visitors were greeted by a massive plesiosaur that served to illustrate the fossilisation process. … Continue reading

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Plesiosaur aplenty

Like many, I first came to know about plesiosaurs through stories of Nessie, the famous Lock Ness Monster of Scotland’s Highlands first mentioned in the 6th Century. Gosh, I thought, this is one ancient creature that may not have gone … Continue reading

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