Extinction: not the end of the world?

 
 

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Extinction: not the end of the world?Ninety-nine per cent of all species to have graced the Earth are extinct - does that mean we are fighting a lost cause? Asking whether extinction could mean a new start as opposed to an irrevocable end, this highly topical exhibition uses the latest scientific findings to study the real risk to today's endangered species. Will the tiger and orang-utan soon go down the same road as the dodo and the dinosaurs - or can we solve the enigma of extinction? Using astonishing images, real specimens and interactive installations, this Natural History Museum exhibition brings to life lost species such as giant deer, eerie insects and super-sized birds, and tells the remarkable stories of survivors of mass extinctions.

 

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London > Shopping > Florists
Old Brompton Road, South Kensington, London SW7 | 4 minutes from Extinction: not the end of the world?
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Evening and weekend classes in life drawing and painting, taught by tutors from the Slade School of Fine Art and the Royal Society of British Sculptors. ... More
 
 
 
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The £21 million Dyson Building makes up the largest part of the purpose-built Battersea campus of the prestigious Royal College of Art. Located at 1 Hester ... More
 
 
 
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Although a restaurant, clubbing and event venue, the extraordinary Kensington Roof Gardens are still accessible to the general public during the day if there are no ... More
 
 
 
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The Darwin CentreThe Darwin CentreThe Darwin CentreThe unveiling of the cocoon at the heart of the Darwin Centre at the Natural History Museum on 15th September is a significant milestone for the well-known scientific centre. This latest development brings the vast building project, begun in 2002, to its final phase - the same year as the 200th anniversary of the great evolutionary theorist. From 1 1st January Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
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The Darwin Centre
event > Exhibitions
DATES  Every day 10am-5.45pm
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
The unveiling of the cocoon at the heart of the Darwin Centre at the Natural History Museum on 15th September is a significant milestone for the well-known scientific centre. This latest development brings the vast building project, begun in 2002, to its final phase - the same year as the 200th anniversary of the great evolutionary theorist. From 1... More about this event
 
Images of NatureImages of NatureImages of NatureWomen artists are the theme of Natural History Museum's temporary exhibition in the Images of Nature gallery, which showcases botanical and zoological artworks from the museum's extensive collection. Many of the artworks include watercolours dating from the eighteenth century as well as works by some of the most outstanding botanical and zoological27th January 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Free Event 
Images of Nature
event > Exhibitions > Art exhibitions | PRICING  Free  
DATES  8th March 2014 to 0th July 2015
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
Women artists are the theme of Natural History Museum's temporary exhibition in the Images of Nature gallery, which showcases botanical and zoological artworks from the museum's extensive collection. Many of the artworks include watercolours dating from the eighteenth century as well as works by some of the most outstanding botanical and zoological... More about this event
 
Letters Of Note: Alfred Russell Wallace: TalkLetters Of Note: Alfred Russell Wallace: TalkFind out how Museum archivists care for the Wallace Collection.27th January 2015Tuesday 27th January 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Free EventToday Only
Letters Of Note: Alfred Russell Wallace: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures | PRICING  Free  
DATES  Tuesday 27th January 2015 - 2.30pm
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
Find out how Museum archivists care for the Wallace Collection.
Storytelling With Puppets: Jackie And The Beanstalk & Three Billy Goats Gruff (Over 3s)Storytelling With Puppets: Jackie And The Beanstalk & Three Billy Goats Gruff (Over 3s)An interactive session learning about natural history.27th January 2015Thursday 12th February 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Now On
Storytelling With Puppets: Jackie And The Beanstalk & Three Billy Goats Gruff (Over 3s)
event > Kids Events
PRICING  Free, adv booking required
DATES  27th Jan, 29th Jan, 3rd Feb, 5th Feb, 10th Feb and 12th Feb 2015
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
An interactive session learning about natural history.
The Great Debate WorkshopThe Great Debate WorkshopThe great 1860 evolution debate workshop.27th January 2015Wednesday 25th March 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Free EventOngoing
The Great Debate Workshop
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Workshops | PRICING  Free  
DATES  16th December 2014 to 25th March 2015
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
The great 1860 evolution debate workshop.
Wildlife Photographer of the YearWildlife Photographer of the YearWildlife Photographer of the YearSome photographers wait for weeks in order to catch that one great action shot, some set up elaborate timing mechanisms. Others have simply seen an opportunity, grabbed a camera and produced a unique picture of the natural world. The annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum consistently shows fresh perspecti27th January 2015Sunday 30th August 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Ongoing
Wildlife Photographer of the Year
event > Exhibitions
DATES  24th October 2014 to 30th August 2015
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
Some photographers wait for weeks in order to catch that one great action shot, some set up elaborate timing mechanisms. Others have simply seen an opportunity, grabbed a camera and produced a unique picture of the natural world. The annual Wildlife Photographer of the Year exhibition at the Natural History Museum consistently shows fresh perspecti... More about this event
 
Stupendous Monsters: TalkStupendous Monsters: TalkJoin Museum scientist Ellinor Michel as she describes how important the Crystal Palace dinosaur models were in the 1850s, and how they are still significant today.28th January 2015Wednesday 28th January 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Stupendous Monsters: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures | PRICING  Free  
DATES  Wednesday 28th January 2015 - 2.30pm
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
Join Museum scientist Ellinor Michel as she describes how important the Crystal Palace dinosaur models were in the 1850s, and how they are still significant today.
The Stegosaur's Garden: TalkThe Stegosaur's Garden: TalkDiscover more about what the museum's new Stegosaurus' Jurassic home was really like.28th January 2015Wednesday 25th March 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
The Stegosaur's Garden: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures | PRICING  Free  
DATES  28th January, 11th March and 25th March 2015 - 2.30pm
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
Discover more about what the museum's new Stegosaurus' Jurassic home was really like.
Dig It: The Unknown Underground: TalkDig It: The Unknown Underground: TalkDiscover the community of creepy crawlies living in the hidden world beneath our feet.29th January 2015Thursday 29th January 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
Free EventOn Soon
Dig It: The Unknown Underground: Talk
event > Exhibitions > Lifestyle - Talks & Lectures | PRICING  Free  
DATES  Thursday 29th January 2015 - 2.30pm-3pm
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
Discover the community of creepy crawlies living in the hidden world beneath our feet.
Dinosaurs Through Time: TourDinosaurs Through Time: TourAn after hours tour of the collection.30th January 2015Friday 30th January 2015 Where:
Natural History Museum,   Cromwell Road      SW7 5BD
Category: event
On Soon
Dinosaurs Through Time: Tour
event > Tours
DATES  Friday 30th January 2015 at 7pm-7.45pm, 8pm-8.45pm and 9pm-9.45pm
VENUE  Natural History Museum 
An after hours tour of the collection.
 

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Hush Brasserie

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