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We are anticipating a busy February half-term, with lots of families visiting to see the Dino Jaws exhibition and to take part in Poo Week activities, so we’ve put together some useful info for anyone planning a visit.
While we do everything we can to keep things moving, please be prepared to queue for certain activities and on arrival.… Read more
While we do everything we can to keep things moving, please be prepared to queue for certain activities and on arrival.
Before you arrive. … Read more
This post is guest written by Medhavi Kakkar, Public Engagement Intern at Life.
Imagine a dinosaur, any dinosaur. Yes, even Barney the dinosaur. Does the one you’ve imagined have a long tail?
Have you ever wondered what these tails were used for? Were they used for grasping objects like monkey tails?… Read more
Imagine if dinosaurs walked among us. What if you could touch them, see them on the other side of an enclosure? What if…
Well you can. Chickens.
Having recently seen the superb Jurassic World I did a bit of digging into the science behind it all and it turns out chickens are dinosaurs.… Read more
What’s your favourite dinosaur? This was a question I was unprepared for when a child asked me recently. But now I am ready if I am asked again. I shall declare proudly that my favourite dinosaur is the Irritator. Yes, it is a real dinosaur (Irritator challengeri ) and there is a story behind its discovery that sheds light on its unusual name.… Read more