The Natural History Museum's new 'Colour & Vision' exhibition explores nature's spectacular palette, and how 565 million years of colour and vision has filled the world with the vibrant hues and shades we see today.
You'll learn how vision first evolved, and how pigments and iridescence can be used as a warning, a disguise, or even an invitation — making colour the difference between life and death.
The exhibition features more than 350 rarely seen specimens, and a new light installation by British artist Liz West.
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Craig’s review – “If you hate noisy kids then trust me: this isn't the museum for you. Because it's absolutely full of them. They're not the type who hold their daddy's hand and ask their mum for permission to speak. They're the school party type. They come in army-like battalions of thirty of more, all moving through the rooms like they're on a forced march through the Fens.
But anyw… continued”
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