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Wildlife Photographer of the Year - coming soon
Meet our new ancient human relative
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Wildlife Photographer of the Year - coming soon
 Thomas Peschak
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Opening this month, Wildlife Photographer of the Year will display breathtaking nature photography from this year's winners. With photographs from nearly 100 countries, the exhibition showcases the diversity, beauty and fragility of life on our planet.

See exhibition trailer for a first look.

Opens 16 October

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Meet our new ancient human relative
 Berger et al. 2015
© Berger et al. 2015

An international team of researchers identified the new species of ancient human, Homo naledi, from more than 1,500 fossils discovered in a remote cave location in South Africa's Cradle of Humankind World Heritage Site.

'Based on its features, H. naledi could be one of the earliest species of human yet discovered,' says Museum Prof Chris Stringer.

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Night Safari: Time Out Takeover

From glow bugs to glow sticks, and superheroes to spiders, discover the elements that make up your world with expert guides from the Natural History Museum and Time Out in this unique exploration of nature and contemporary culture.

9 October, 20.00 – 23.00
Last few tickets remaining for the Fashion Tour

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Get your skates on

The nights are drawing in, which can only mean the return of the Museum's spectacular Ice Rink. Get into the festive feeling with a spin around the ice, and warm up with a delicious glass of mulled wine in our stylish Café Bar.

Opens 29 October.

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Win a place at a MasterCard Priceless Night

Win one of three pairs of tickets to explore the Museum by night at an exclusive evening of talks, hands-on workshops, activities and food.

Nature in the Dark
26 October, 19.00 – 22.30

Enter the competition – entry closes 19 October

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BBC Radio 4 Natural Histories
Meet Museum scientists at free Saturday daytime talks to learn more about specimens featured in Natural Histories, the BBC Radio 4 series exploring nature’s influence on culture and society. Join us this month for talks on anemones, beetles, hornbills and oak.

Free talks until 21 November

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Autumn must-haves from our online shop
With new and exclusive ranges from Worn By and Jay Jay Burridge, as well classic Tatty Devine pieces, the online shop is the perfect place for dino-loving fashionistas.
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Our friends at The British Museum

Trace what it means to be Celtic in this major exhibition, organised in partnership with National Museums Scotland. Explore the development of a distinctive abstract art style over 2,500 years.

Celts: art and identity
Until 31 January

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