A sabre-toothed cat and a giant ground sloth, both from 12,000 years ago, a Martian meteorite, a dinosaur claw, are joined by two flightless birds, the dodo and the moa, in an exhibition of over 200 artefacts from the world-renowned Natural History Museum in London, now showing in Southeast Asia for the first time at the ArtScience Museum.
Hand-picked from over 80 million specimens, these rare specimens represent the best of the museum's collection, now visiting Singapore till 29 April 2018.
The Treasures of the Natural World exhibition takes visitors on a voyage of discovery, through the centuries, from the Enlightenment of the 18th century, through to the present day, showing how pioneering explorers, collectors, and scientists revolutionised our understanding of nature.
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