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Article: Feature Artist's Statement: Laura Tonks, of The Beacon, on tarantulas and cicadas in PeruOn a sabbatical to Peru, the creator of an Ice Age exhibition in Cumbria discusses tarantulas in toilets and the privilege of spending time with giant cicadas.25 November 2013
Article: Feature Curator's Choice: Mark Carnall on the Micrarium at the Grant Museum in LondonObsolete in teaching, limited for research use, poorly documented and a "nightmare" to interpret, Curator Mark Carnall tells us about the Grant's wondrous office of slides.05 March 2013
Article: Feature Halloween special: Dracula, false widow spiders and cave dwellers at the NHMFind out about the "vampire's face" in a Dracula bug spotted in the Natural History Museum's wildlife garden, as well as a set of 520 million-year-old nerves.31 October 2013
Article: Preview "Really beautiful" Micrarium fills old office with tiny wonders at Grant Museum of ZoologyA couple of thousand slides form one of the most unusual exhibitions ever made at the University College London museum, including beetles, squids, fleas and whales.21 February 2013