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Venom explores the biology and evolution of nature's ultimate weapon, its astonishing adaptive value, and the incredible array of species which rely on it for predation, defence, competition and more - from snakes and scorpions to Gila monsters and platypuses.
By Andrea Hart
A remarkable collection of original illustrations from the early eighteenth century to modern times, accompanied by an essay which celebrates the diverse flora and fauna of the British Isles and the artists and naturalists who have documented it.
The Cenozoic era began about 70 million years ago and still continues. In British Cenozoic Fossils 354 species from this period are classified and illustrated with accurate line drawings. This new edition has been fully revised and updated, reflecting advances in our undcerstanding of the fossil record over the past...
For more than 50 years, the Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition has championed honest and ethical wildlife photography, while pushing the boundaries of artistic freedom, technical skill, and narrative excellence. This powerful collection of pictures features all the winning photographs from the 2015 competition. The collection represents the work...
By Roland Ennos
An accessible guide to trees, one of the most crucial organisms in the ecosytem.
By Sandra Knapp
A beautiful box which examines the fascinating history of plants and flowers through exquisite botanical paintings and insightful essays. Accompanied by 36 prints.
The master photographers making up this volume are Tim Laman Lexington, MA, Brian Skerry Uxbridge, MA, Steve Winter Hoboken, NJ Art Wolfe Seattle, Hannu Hautala Finland, Klaus Nigge Germany, Thomas P. Peschak Germany/South Africa, Tui de Roy New Zealand, Cyril Ruoso France, and Stefano Unterthiner Italy. These influential artists provide...
Britain's monarch is back for another animal adventure as she and her loveable pet corgi Mr Brown visit London's Natural History Museum after hours. Beautifully illustrated and affectionately told, this is an engaging and uplifting story which is full of surprises.
The Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition is the international showcase for the very best photography featuring natural subjects. The Museum's 2016 week-to-view diaries feature stunning photographs of the natural world from past years of the competition.