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Audio slideshow: The British Museum's new front garden

Dozens of colourful plants and trees - all native to South Africa - have arrived for the summer to welcome visitors to The British Museum in central London.

The new 'South Africa Landscape' - a joint project between the museum and the Royal Botanic Gardens at Kew - aims to celebrate the country's rich biodiversity.

Reporter Tom Feilden was shown around by the Kew's Director, Professor Stephen Hopper.

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The South Africa Landscape can be seen at The British Museum until 10th October 2010. Admission free.

Music by KPM Music. Slideshow production by Paul Kerley and Tom Feilden.
Publication date 30 April 2010.


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