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Under Pressure: the Warped World of Deep-Sea Fish

Enter this dark and extreme environment, where life exists in slow motion, and examine some of the more bizarre fish specimens that have come from the depths of Earth's final frontier.


The deep sea is one of the most unexplored areas left on the planet. In this huge, dark and extreme environment, where life exists in slow motion, many strange and wonderful creatures exist that are quite unlike any of those found nearer the surface. The Natural History Museum has some of the biggest and most important collections of deep-sea animals in the world. Join Museum fish curator James MacLaine to examine some of the more bizarre fish specimens that have come from the depths of Earth’s final frontier.


Speaker(s):

James MacLaine | talks

 

Date and Time:

31 May 2004 at 12:00 pm

Duration:

30 minutes

 

Venue:

Darwin Centre Live at the Natural History Museum
Cromwell Road
London
SW7 5BD
+44 20 79 42 58 81
http://www.nhm.ac.uk/darwincentre/
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The Natural History Museum
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