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Clever 10-Year-Old Corrects Dinosaur Error at London’s Natural History Museum

Charlie is 10 years old and loves palaeontology. According to his mum, he has Asperger's syndrome, so when he likes something he will “try and find out everything about it”. Recently, he visited the Natural History Museum and schooled the curators on their dino-knowledge. Read More >>

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Pokemon Go: How Britain’s Parliament, Museums and Transport Responded To The Madness

Today marks a year to the day since Pokémon Go took the world by storm. Initially restricted to Americans, British trainers spent the first week installing workarounds to get their hands on the game. Read More >>

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Exclusive: Here’s What 3 Big Museums Learn By Tracking Your Phone

At least three of Britain’s most popular cultural institutions have been tracking visitors using the wifi on their phones, Gizmodo UK can exclusively reveal. Following a series of Freedom of Information Requests, the National Gallery and Natural History Museums in London, as well as the National Railway Museum in York, have all revealed that they have tested or deployed tracking software - which could conceivably help curators and managers make decisions. Read More >>

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The Natural History Museum Found A Load Of Ancient Newspapers Inside A Whale

An enormous blue whale skeleton that's been at the Natural History Museum since 1892 has been found to contain a cache of 80-year-old newspapers. Read More >>

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These are the Best Wildlife Photographs of 2015

The Natural History Museum, London, has just published the winners of its prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition — and the images are as spectacular as always. Read More >>

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Watch the World’s Most Complete Stegosaurus Skeleton Being Assembled

First discovered in Wyoming, the world's most complete Stegosaurus skeleton has found a new home across the pond at the Natural History Museum in London. And you can now watch the museum's curators and palaeontologists re-assemble one of the world's oldest and best-preserved jigsaw puzzles. The process originally took about four hours, but this timelapse of the entire assembly will demand just 24 seconds of your limited attention span. Read More >>