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  Inside the Darwin Centre
Visitors have behind-the-scenes access to an amazing collection of more than 22 million specimens
1/6 Visitors have behind-the-scenes access to an amazing collection of more than 22 million specimens
Visitors will be able to see the museum's scientists at work for the first time
2/6 Visitors will be able to see the museum's scientists at work for the first time
The specimens range from worms to alligators - they have been collected from around the world over 200 years
3/6 The specimens range from worms to alligators - they have been collected from around the world over 200 years
This parrot fish was collected by Darwin himself and  helped him formulate his theory of evolution
4/6 This parrot fish was collected by Darwin himself and helped him formulate his theory of evolution
A four-winged flying fish is one of the many items on display
5/6 A four-winged flying fish is one of the many items on display
Visitors can meet, talk and debate with scientists seven days a week
6/6 Visitors can meet, talk and debate with scientists seven days a week

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