A delightful duck bill
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
3w ago
This week we meet the animal that no one thought was real when it was discovered the platypus. In the news this week Devon takes the crown for oldest tree fossils. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A sky high sauropod
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
1M ago
This week we meet one of the most well known sauropods Brachiosaurus. Learn why it might not be exactly the dinosaur that you thought it was. In the news a brand new species of anaconda has been discovered. All this and more this week, the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A terrible claw
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
1M ago
This week meet the real life inspiration for the Jurassic Park raptor Deinonychus. Find out why this dinosaur is more than just a movie monster. In the news hear how one zoo has gone above and beyond to help on of its smallest residents. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A predator of the pines
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
1M ago
This week we meet the pine marten an amazing tree top terror of squirrels and learn how it’s making a comeback. In the news there might be good news for Idahos bear population. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A king amongst snakes
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
2M ago
This week we meet a King amongst snakes the king cobra.we learn what it takes to be such a regal reptile. In the news their is talk or Wildcats being brought back to the southwest of England. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A beagle that changed the world
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
2M ago
This week we look at the life of another natural history icon Charles Darwin. We examine what made him go from a rather rubbish student of medicine to the father of evolution. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A smelly bear cat
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
2M ago
This week meet the large hairy member of the civet family who smells like popcorn the binturong. In the news we count up the number and importance of Englands hedgerows. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A superhero of the swamp
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
2M ago
This week we take a trip into the swamps of America to meet one of its most important and iconic reptiles, the alligator. In the news we look at red deer populations and how they are controlled. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A really early bird
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
3M ago
This week we deep dive into the world of arguably one of the in most important dinosaur fossil finds ever, the archaeopteryx. In the news this week there is a new tyrannosaur on the block that could change what we know about the tyrant lizards. All this and more this week, the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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A prehistoric prosimian
The Natural History Cupboard
by Gareth
3M ago
This week head to prehistoric Madagascar to meet the largest lemur ever to exist archioindris. In the news we have the on going saga of nanotyrannus. All this and more this week the cupboard is open come on in ..read more
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