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Natural History Museum - Shells 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle

Natural History Museum - Shells 1000 Piece Jigsaw Puzzle


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Sea shells, sea shells on the sea shore, this extraordinary 1000 piece jigsaw puzzle by the Natural History museum will leave you wanting more!

Piece together the wonders of the ocean with our Natural History Museum Shells Puzzle! Featuring 1000 pieces of beautifully crafted sea shells, this design challenges you to explore and discover the hidden treasures of the sea. Embrace your inner adventurer and indulge in the charms of the sea.

From the common limpet to conch and cockle, you need some puzzling ‘mussel’ to complete this puzzle!

The Natural History Museum’s Mollusca collection is one of the most comprehensive and significant in the world, constantly in demand by the malacological research community. The type collection is the most scientifically important of its kind. The non-marine (terrestrial and freshwater) gastropod and bivalve molluscs collections are the most geographically diverse and historically important in the world, spanning the late 18th to the mid-20th centuries. 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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