Life in the Dark – behind the scenes | Natural History Museum

Life in the Dark – behind the scenes | Natural History Museum

At the Natural History Museum in London, the finishing touches are being made to an exhibition which explores life that exists in near-total darkness. The Museum is working with a specialist design studio to use video gaming technology to bring visitors closer to some of the most inaccessible environments on the planet. Life in the…Continue reading Life in the Dark – behind the scenes | Natural History Museum

The Dinosaurs Breakout of Lockwood (Sweded) | Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom | Mattel Action!

The Dinosaurs Breakout of Lockwood (Sweded) | Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom | Mattel Action!

(growling) (ominous music) (alarm sounding) (steam hissing) (creatures growling) (cages rattling) – They’re all dying – The blast damaged the ventilation system. We did everything we could. – I can open the gates from here – Claire, be careful we’re not an an island anymore. (dinosaurs growling) (steam hissing) (dinosaur roaring) – Clair, you press…Continue reading The Dinosaurs Breakout of Lockwood (Sweded) | Jurassic World: Fallen Kingdom | Mattel Action!

Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum

Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum

When some dinosaurs began evolving wings, most began to form bird-like structures So what do the bat-like wings of the Ambopteryx tell us about the evolution of birds? Towards the end of the Jurassic, some small feathered dinosaur species began to evolve wing structures similar to modern birds’. A famous example of this is Archaeopteryx,…Continue reading Did dinosaurs need feathers to fly? | Natural History Museum

Dinosaur mystery bone & T-Rex showdown! Antarctic Dinosaurs for kids & new fossils at museum

Dinosaur mystery bone & T-Rex showdown! Antarctic Dinosaurs for kids & new fossils at museum

(playful music) – Hi Bob, the praying mantis, what you doing today? Hangin’ like usual? Yeah, I better go get back to Dino patrol. Bye Bob, see you later. – Here baby T-Rex. You out here anywhere? – There you go. (water splashing) – Come in Park Ranger Aaron! (walkie-talkie beeps) – Oh, great, Park…Continue reading Dinosaur mystery bone & T-Rex showdown! Antarctic Dinosaurs for kids & new fossils at museum