Extinction: Not the End of the World
Natural History Museum
Until Sun Sep 8
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Time Out says
Tue Nov 20 2012
Shedding a positive light on extinction, this temporary exhibition suggests that though millions of species have become extinct over the centuries, their demise has actually made space for a huge diversity of life forms that have taken their place. The role of extinction in the evolution of life is explored through exhibits of past species, as well as scientific information on today's endangered animals and the conversation initiatives that aim to support them.
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- £8, £4 concs and children, £21 family ticket, under 4s free.
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