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Moving day for millions of bugs

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Staff at London's Natural History Museum are currently in the process of shifting more than 20 million plant and insect specimens from its world-famous collections into a giant, eight-storey-high cocoon, which sits at the heart of the new Darwin Centre.

The BBC's Nick Higham meets Geoff Martin, who is looking after the move and sees some of the precious specimens.

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