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Behind the genes: my first month as curator

12 November 2018 by John Wilson

Vertebrates are animals with backbones. The vertebrate animal group (and our vertebrate zoology collections at World Museum) includes the large animals everyone’s familiar with – mammals, fishes, amphibians, reptiles and birds.

Although National Museums Liverpool now has varied collections and exhibits the first museum, which later became World Museum, was a museum of vertebrates! So it’s with a huge sense of honour and great responsibility that I take on the role as the new curator of vertebrates at World Museum. I started working at World Museum in mid-September and have slowly been familiarising myself with our massive collection of animals.

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Beguiling, bold, brilliant bats!

19 August 2016 by Andrew

Laura and some of the young bats in her care

Laura and some of the young bats in her care

World Museum participates International Bat Night at the end of August with a series of Bat-themed events that celebrate our furry flying friends.

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Would you like to meet a giant millipede?

13 June 2014 by Tony

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Would you like to meet a giant millipede?

National Insect Week (NIW) 2014 is nearly upon us and we’ll be holding a series of events celebrating insects from 21-29 June 2014, at World Museum.

As well as ‘close encounters’ sessions with impressive invertebrates such as the giant millipede pictured here, there will be behind the scenes tours of the insect collections, microscope sessions and craft activities. Read more…



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