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 are some of my babies. So I work on the best animals on the planet.…Continue reading Lucy Cooke explores weird and wonderful flies at the Museum | Natural History Museum

Follow a 360° family fungi foray | Natural History Museum

Follow a 360° family fungi foray | Natural History Museum

My name’s Sophie, I’m the area ranger here at Springhill National Trust property at Moneymore. Springhill is what they call a plantation house, so it was built by planters who came over from Scotland in the 17th century. It’s made up of farmland, woodland, parkland, gardens and it would have been about 300 acres at…Continue reading Follow a 360° family fungi foray | Natural History Museum