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Natural History Museum - Beetles 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Natural History Museum - Beetles 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle


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Explore the beautiful world of beetles with this 1000 piece puzzle from the Natural History Museum!

Discover delicate details from strong Rhino beetles to bright little ladybirds. Uncover the diversity of these fascinating creatures as you piece together a rainbow of beetles. These creepy crawlies have scuttled across the puzzle to create a colourful challenge like no other. Warning trying to complete this jigsaw puzzle may bug you – It’s not for the faint hearted!

Coleoptera is the largest order of insects, consisting of beetles and weevils. The Natural History Museum’s Coleoptera collection contains eight to ten million specimens and over one hundred thousand type specimens, housed in 22,000 drawers. The collection is among the oldest and most important in the world. It houses around 5,000 beetles from Charles Darwin's Beagle voyage and also includes type material of almost 100,000 species, including types from Alfred Russel Wallace (1823-1913) and Henry Walter Bates (1825-1892). The Natural History Museum is a world-leading science centre and one of the UK’s favourite days out. We’re a source of curiosity, inspiration and joy for millions of people who visit us each year, as well as for nature lovers around the globe. We look after one of the world’s most important scientific collections: 80 million specimens spanning 4.5 billion years. Every day, we’re working to uncover its secrets, discovering Earth’s past to help us unlock a brighter future. Our 350 scientists are helping to find solutions to the planetary emergency, from protecting biodiversity to resourcing the green energy transition. We’re on a mission to build a movement of advocates for the planet. Will you join us? 

Visit, join and support the Natural History Museum today. 

Securing our future. It’s in our nature. 

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