Oxford University Museum of Natural History (@morethanadodo )

Oxford University Museum of Natural History

Bio Official Twitter of Oxford University Museum of Natural History, a stunning Victorian building home to 7 million objects. Free entry, open 10-5 every day.
Location Oxford, UK
Tweets 13,3K
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Account created 12-03-2013 10:16:14
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LaterMedia : Modern research has drastically changed what we know about the #FirstAnimals on our planet. Join us for a free online lecture on 15 July 19:00BST that will share some fascinating insights about early animal evolution and the Cambrian Explosion: bit.ly/2BEfcQ4

LaterMedia : Journey back in time - over half a billion years - in the next of our #FirstAnimals online talks! Hear the evidence shaping the answers to the big questions about the earth’s enigmatic creatures: when, where, and why? Sign up: bit.ly/2BEfcQ4

Twitter Web App : Paul Smith was one of the leaders of the first fieldtrips I went on to learn classical geological mapping, he's more than impressive in the field. Listening to his polar research work will be a treat. twitter.com/morethanadodo/…

Twitter Web App : Lyell was considering taking up a post at the new London University in 1830 when his influential book Principles of Geology appeared. According to his theories there, the conditions and climate of past ages would recur, and when they did, the animals prevalent at those times ...

TweetDeck : "Inside the tower it was reassuring to find that 37 nests still active. A total of 75 young were visible and three adults were sitting tight but with no signs of shells in the box, indicating that they were probably still on eggs." #SwiftsDiary update: oumnh.web.ox.ac.uk/swifts-diary

Twitter Web App : Greenlands Sirius Passet, inside the Arctic Circle, has provided exceptionally preserved fossils for research. Our next free talk on the #FirstAnimals will focus on the Sirius Passet fossil site and what it teaches us about early animal life. Sign up now: bit.ly/2BEfcQ4