Ain’t That Peculiar?
Manny and I should have known something was up the day we went to the Natural History Museum in London. All the signs were there but we weren’t very observant. We were much too excited for our own good!
There were some very strange creatures hanging around outside. They were all smiling, but not in a nice way.
In Hintze Hall we met Dippy the Diplodocus. He was larger than life and very skinny. We wondered how long it had been since he had a good meal.
This bony fellow seemed a bit the worse for wear too. I think he’d seen better days.
Even the great man himself, Charles Darwin, was looking a little pasty. I introduced myself as a fellow world traveller with a passion for learning but our conversation was definitely a one-sided affair.
Lucky I had Manny to keep me company.
The Natural History Museum is not for the faint-hearted!
My personal assistant, The Eternal Traveller, travelled to the centre of the earth at the Natural History Museum. Sometimes she is very brave!