by Katie Bowell, Curator of Interpretation
Out of Context pulls out single sentences from scientific papers.
When they come across a dead fish, they snuggle their sinewy bodies down into its cavities and stay there, writhing blissfully.
Is the world entering a new geologic epoch? Perhaps. Some scientists are arguing that the era we live in now should be called the Anthropocene, due to the extreme influence of human actions on the environment and climate.
This mosaic of the biodiversity of Mo’orea really is infinite. Start clicking and see how deep you can get.
Think that oysters are the only mollusks that make pearls? It looks like nautaloids may have been making them 400 million years ago.
Half a dodo was found in a museum drawer. It makes you wonder what might still be hiding in our own museum collection…
Artists reconstruct a new picture of Otzi, the Iceman, based on new genetic information of humans 5,000 years ago.
And The History Teachers sing about Otzi to the tune of The Beatles “Taxman.”
Some of the nicest ten minutes you can spend – listening to David Attenborough’s Life Stories podcasts.