Blog Posts - Natural History



London's wonderful Christmas lights and trees

London looks brilliant any time of the year but in the build up to Christmas London dresses up in its very best festive lights and trees pop up all over the city.  I'd love to show you a few of the fabulous sights to enjoy right now in London. &...

Dinosaur Dinnertime? Silent Sunday My Sunday Photo 290516

Last Sunday we spent the afternoon in Oxford.  We popped into the Oxford University Museum of Natural History for a while.  It looked very much as if it was Dinosaur Dinnertime from this viewpoint! Those poor people.     The post Dinosau...
by Over 40 and a Mum to One on May 29, 2016

Project 366 2016 Week 21

Project 366 2016 Week 21 Day 143-149 with The Boy and Me. Sunday 22nd May – Day 143 A photo that just about sums up an entire day – fab!  We started it off with a trip to our local … Continue reading → The post Project 366 20...
by Over 40 and a Mum to One on May 28, 2016

Metabolic Manifestations and Complications Associated With Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection

Metabolic Manifestations and Complications Associated With Chronic Hepatitis C Virus Infection Download the PDF Gastroenterology & HepatologyVolume 12, Issue 5, May 2016Robert J. Wong, MD,... Monday HCV News Ticker- Hepatitis C: Coffee, Me...
by HCV New Drug Research on May 9, 2016

Cities covered in floating aromas like beer and chocolate, or cinnamon soap

Each city with his scent. Here is a top of the most interesting spices existing in different cities of the world have already become characteristic odor respective city. Wine Producer : Domaine Christophe NEWMAN – Côte de Beaune … jam /...
by We care about your travel on May 9, 2016

Cities covered in floating aromas like beer and chocolate, or cinnamon soap

Each city with his scent. Here is a top of the most interesting spices existing in different cities of the world have already become characteristic odor respective city. Wine Producer : Domaine Christophe NEWMAN – Côte de Beaune … jam /...
by We care about your travel on May 9, 2016

Travel guide to Atlanta

Whether you've got a few hours or days, stay and play your way with these fun things to do in Atlanta! Atlanta offers tons of fun for families, business professionals and everyone in between. There are so many things to do in Atlanta - from family fr...
by Journal Edge on Mar 16, 2016

5 Free Things To Do In London With A Toddler

We love living in the country. Ok, maybe that’s a slight embellishment as we actually live in a semi-rural location, but “we love living in a semi-rural location” doesn’t quite have the same ring about it. For us, we have the...
by The DADventurer on Jan 29, 2016

Christmas in London

London in November and December is a magical place. There is so much to see and do and decorations are usually lighting the way. Here's a list of some excellent things to be getting up to this winter. The post Christmas in London appeared first on eT...
by eTravelTrips on Dec 17, 2015

T-Rex dressing up with Pretend to Bee

Monkey, like most boys his age, is totally obsessed with dinosaurs.  He’s had so much fun recently taking things to another level with some T-Rex dressing up with Pretend to Bee. you may remember that Monkey put their Pilot’s outfit to...
by Over 40 and a Mum to One on Dec 4, 2015

All for Naught

Philosophy, it used to be said, was the handmaid to theology. According to some among the scientific establishment the whole lot should be thrown out, baby, bath water, and tub. It has always distressed me to read scientists dissing philosophy …...

2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners

This year's winners of the London Natural History Museum's prestigious Wildlife Photographer of the Year competition were selected from over 42,000 entries. The post 2015 Wildlife Photographer of the Year Winners appeared first on WebEcoist.
by WebEcoist on Nov 3, 2015

Place to visit in New York City

There are numerous things to see in the New York City, including several historic landmarks, theatres and museums. Visitors can explore Manhattan by land, sea or air, or via all of these options. While double decker buses and taxis are ideal for vis...
by eTravelTrips on Oct 23, 2015

#YourLocalJeweler The Golden Touch and Galerie de la Terre Celebrates Beach Opening in #CoronadelMar!

#YourLocalJeweler The Golden Touch and Galerie de la Terre Celebrating Beach Opening in #CoronadelMar!Ethiopian Opal Beauties by Christie...If you live in the Southland - I hope - you've been by Nevada Mineral & Books (342 S Tustin...
by The Daily Jewel on Oct 19, 2015

Save the Wildlife Garden at the Natural History Museum

by wembleymatters on Oct 17, 2015

London on a Budget!

Being such an expensive city, travelers are always looking for ways to save money while in London. The strength of the Pound mandates that tourists must look for ways to stretch their dollar, and make every penny count. Here are some helpful tourist...
by Ed Unloaded on Aug 18, 2015

Night At The Museum (For Grown-Ups)

Saturday night, I was able to knock another item off my bucket list; I slept at the American Museum of Natural History in New York! That’s right, boys and girls, I attended the Night at the Museum for Grown Ups. This wonderful sleepover program...
by The Souzapalooza Blog on Aug 2, 2015

Weekend Reading - Natural history of hepatitis C: An Updated Look at the Rate of Progression to Cirrhosis and the Incidence of Decompensation

Weekend Reading: Natural history of hepatitis C On most weekends this blog offers up a bit of easy "Weekend Reading" on the topic of HCV. After receiving a hepatitis C diagnosis, the first task at... Monday HCV News Ticker- Hepatitis C: Coffee, Med...
by HCV New Drug Research on Jun 28, 2015

Childhood: the Dead Zoo Dublin

During our recent visit to Dublin we managed to play tourists for the day. This doesn’t happen often, as family catch-ups take priority. In fact, we had never taken the kids into Dublin city centre before! We took the Luas (the tram) into the c...
by mumturnedmom on Jun 1, 2015

‘New species’ of ancient human found

(Media Release) A new species of ancient human has been unearthed in the Afar region of Ethiopia, scientists report. Researchers discovered jaw bones and teeth, which date to between 3.3m and 3.5m years old. It means this new hominin was alive at the...
by Free PR Online on May 28, 2015


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