EXHIBITIONS

With a blue whale skeleton due to be unveiled in the Natural History Museum’s main Hintze Hall, this accompanying exhibition tells the dramatic story of the world’s whales
An historic exhibition at the National Maritime Museum unveils the first public display of numerous items recovered from the rediscovered HMS Erebus
The tenth annual David Shepherd wildlife exhibition returns to the Mall Galleries, London, this week, with another collection of breath-taking artworks to celebrate and champion the cause of endangered species, many teetering dangerously on the brink of extinction

A Museum of Modern Nature

The Wellcome Collection continues with its year-long exploration of our human relationship with nature – and this time it’s personal
New exhibition highlights the ubiquity of plastic in the modern world, and the immense pollution it causes all over the world
A multimedia exhibition tackles the question of what it’s like to ‘be human’ in the harsh environment of Everest Base Camp
Thousands of tropical butterflies have come to the glasshouse at Royal Horticultural Society’s garden at Wisley
An exhibition by Stephen Turner explores the natural life of Britain’s waterways, and how you can make a lot out of something little

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