Extinct creatures on display at Grant Museum of Zoology


One of the world's oldest natural history collections is set to re-open in London this week.

The Grant Museum of Zoology was founded by a mentor of Charles Darwin, and comprises a unique collection of 70,000 bones and animal specimens.

BBC News science reporter Neil Bowdler went along for a sneak preview.

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