News Worms
News Worms


Kate Middleton & David Attenborough Chat It Up at Natural History Museum

Kate Middleton & David Attenborough Chat It Up at Natural History Museum

A visit to the Natural History Museum in London may be a long trip for some people, but you can see its latest exhibit in a really awesome way.

During a speech to celebrate the museum's new blue whale skeleton, which replaces Dippy the Dinosaur after nearly 38 years on display, the 35-year-old mother revealed her brood "adore" the museum.

The museum posted a time-lapse video of its installation of an entire blue whale skeleton, and even from a distance, it's incredible.

All alone in Hintze Hall, the blue whale skeleton which is being unveiled to the great and good at the Natural History Museum.

Blue whales were hunted to the brink of extinction by humans, but were also the first species we chose to save too.

On Thursday night, Kate was the guest of honour at London's Natural History Museum where she marked the opening of Hintze Hall in a grey dress by Preen and a pair of the suede triple strap wavy sandal, costing almost €900.

As the largest-known animal to have ever lived on Earth, Hope's position in the main hall is meant to serve as a potent reminder of environmental destruction.

Kate delivered a short speech during the reception, telling the audience her two children - Prince George and Princess Charlotte - were already fans of the museum.

Information on the whale's journey from ocean to beach to museum is provided in the app, as well as the different techniques used by the museum to learn about the mammal and the importance of the whale's position in Hintze Hall.

Kate, who is a patron of the museum, and the famous naturalist will be among the first to see the 25-metre long skeleton suspended from the ceiling. Dippy the dinosaur, the plaster cast of a diplodocus that has reared over visitors to the museum's central, now "Hintze", hall since 1979, has gone.

The museum has been closed for refurbishment for six months and reopened its doors to the public on Friday (14 July). Today, the hall is named after him.

follow

editors' picks

July 15, 2017
May 'shed tears' after losing majority in snap election
During the #Brexit campaign, she sensibly kept a low profile keeping Eurosceptics within the party on her side. "So when the result came through it was a complete shock ".

July 15, 2017
Carolina Hurricanes 'close' to being sold
The best way to improve those numbers, of course, is with a winning team - and it's been a while since Carolina had one. It's also more than double Forbes' recent estimate of the team's value - $230 million, least among US hockey teams.

July 15, 2017
Iran FM criticizes United States policy towards nuke deal
The administration is reportedly likely to once again grudgingly recertify Iran's compliance, meaning the nuclear-related sanctions relief will continue.

July 15, 2017
Fowler returns to Scottish Open following '15 win
From 4 over after four holes, McIlroy recovered to 1 over after 16, with three of his four birdies coming via tap-ins on par fives.

July 15, 2017
Trump's Paris visit closes with Bastille Day military parade
Macron said he wanted to "thank the President for everything done by American troops " in Iraq. Trump - Women do not want to hear unsolicited remarks on what you think of their bodies".

July 14, 2017
Mithali Raj's cricket record delights Indians
Perry then joined Lanning and the took the ones and twos and occasional boundaries to keep the scoreboard ticking. She has become the highest run-scorer in the history of women's one-day global cricket on Wednesday.

July 14, 2017
Yankees acquire first baseman Garrett Cooper
In return, Cooper provides the Yankees get another option at first base, which has been a problem spot this year. Cooper , 26, was a former sixth-round pick in the 2013 MLB Draft out of Auburn University.

July 14, 2017
Kid Rock teases run for US Senate in MI
The site also boasts a variety of slogans, including "In Rock We Trust", "Born Free" and, um, "Pimp of the Nation". Rock is a MI native, were he to run in the state in 2018 he would be against Democratic senator Debbie Stabenow .

July 14, 2017
Verizon responds to breach that affected millions of customer accounts
Prior to then, however, UpGuard said the information could have easily been discovered by anyone knowing where to look. That's when you find yourself reading yet another headline about an information leak that affects millions of people.

July 14, 2017
Nouri suffers permanent brain damage
The Amsterdam-born Dutch underage global collapsed during his side's game against Werder Breman in Zillertal, Austria on Saturday. They were uncertain days, lots of people in different ways have sympathised with his situation and is greatly appreciated.