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EXHIBITIONS

To reflect the 250th anniversary of James Cook’s first voyage in 1768, this exhibition at the British Library charts the discoveries made by the great explorer

Evolving landscapes

From 18-22 July, photography tour company Light and Land will be celebrating the ever-changing art of landscape photography

Art for the Environment

This intimate east London exhibition provides a multi-sensory exploration into the natural environment
Twenty one years, sixteen countries, seven continents... RGS-IBG director, Rita Gardner, unveils vivid images from her own geographical travels around the world
Prestigious Natural History Museum photography competition recognises Brent Stirton's capturing of a black rhino moments after being shot by poachers in South Africa

This Is Our World

A wildlife exhibition in central London is displaying huge artworks of endangered species in their natural habitats
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

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