‘Whales: Beneath the Surface’ runs at the Natural History Museum until 28 February, 2018

As summer heats up, dive deeper into the mysterious world of whales with the major major exhibition, Whales: Beneath the Surface, running at the Natural History Museum until 28 February, 2018.

More than 100 specimens from the Museum’s research collection have been brought out from behind-the-scenes for the first time to show the huge diversity of whales, dolphins and porpoises.

A truly immersive experience, you’ll get up close to a variety of different species, from the vast sperm whale, the largest toothed predator on Earth that’s similar in length to a double decker bus, through to the compact 1.5 metre long harbour porpoise, one of the smallest cetaceans.

Hear the sounds of the seas and the songs many species use to attract potential mates at the Humpback Whale Jukebox, compare your hand to a flipper, take a selfie with a bowhead whale jawbone or catch your prey at the popular Echolocation Experience.

For more information, and to book tickets, please Click Here.

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