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Natural History Museum – Birds: Brilliant and Bizarre

Packed with specimens from the world’s biggest bird collection, the Natural History Museum’s new exhibition explores their epic evolutionary story. From surviving the mass extinction that wiped out all the other dinosaurs to evolving into the more than 11,000 species alive today, delve into the secrets of their success.
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24 May -
 5 Jan '25

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Natural History Museum – Birds: Brilliant and Bizarre
From £9.95 / person

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