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A family on a guided tour in the Living Planet Gallery (photo: Thierry Hubin, RBINS)
25/01/2021

Guided Tours V.I.P. Bubbles

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Charlotte Degueldre

During the week, our permanent exhibitions are quiet and easy to visit. Take the opportunity to discover them with your family and a guide who knows the Museum like the back of his hand during a 75-minute V.I.P. guided tour!

Video series about Arkhane, the new Jurassic predator, on display in our Gallery of Evolution.
06/01/2021

Video Series About Jurassic Top Predator Arkhane

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Reinout Verbeke

Jurassic super predator Arkhane still is the special guest in our Museum. Who is he or she? And what makes him/her so special? Is it really a new species?

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Ausstellungen, Videos
Collection of skulls from the medieval Coxyde abbey cemetery. (Photo: RBINS)
01/12/2020

Researchers to make an inventory of human remains in the Belgian collections

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Reinout Verbeke

A team of researchers coordinated by the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences (RBINS) are carrying out a survey to make an inventory of human remains in Belgian museums, research institutes and private collections, which will include human remains from colonial times.

Visiting the museum virtually through the Google Arts and Culture platform.
02/11/2020

Bringing Nature Into Lockdowned Lives: #NaturalsciencesAtHome

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Reinout Verbeke

If you can’t come to our Museum, we have to bring the Museum to your living room! Here’s an update of what we have posted on our social media with #NaturalsciencesAtHome

The New Guinea Singing Dog belongs to one of at least five lineages that split off from the ancestral dog population during the Last Ice Age. (Photo: Nathan Rupert)
29/10/2020

Study of ancient dog DNA traces canine diversity to the Ice Age

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Reinout Verbeke

A global study of ancient dog DNA, led by scientists at the Francis Crick Institute, University of Oxford, University of Vienna and archaeologists from more than 10 countries, presents evidence that there were different types of dogs more than 11,000 years ago in the period immediately fo

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