This fossil plant is 300 million years old. The remains of millions of plants like these were fossilised to formed coal.
Flowering Plants first began to appear at the end of the 'Age of the Dinosaurs'.
This is the surface of a Brain Coral. It is called a Brain Coral because its surface looks a bit like a human brain.
Ammonites ived in the sea at the same time as the dinosaurs walked the land. Now, they are all extinct.
This Ammonite has been cut in half. It shows what the inside of the shell is like.
This is the claw of a Japanese Giant Spider Crab. It is used for catching and holding prey.
Flatfish lie on their sides on the bottom of the sea. Unlike most animals they have both eyes on the side of their head.
Frogs are adapted for moving by hopping or jumping. For this they need to have powerful back legs.
The Hawksbill Turtle has ashell covered with overlapping horny plates. The plates are coloured to provide camouflage.
Kestrels are birds that hunt to eat. They have a strong hooked beak to tear open their prey.
This is the tooth of an adult Woolly Mammoth. The tooth is worn down from eating hard plants.
Hedgehogs have very poor eyesight. Instead they have a very sensitive nose to small their way about.