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The excavation team of 2022: Thierry Hubin, Stijn Pardon, Reinout Verbeke, Karim Ben Larbi, Mathys Rotonda, Pascal Godefroit, Aurore Mathys, Filippo Bertozzo and Xavier Valentin. (Thierry Hubin, RBINS)
25/08/2022

Digging Jurassic Dinosaurs in Wyoming: ‘Camarasaurus’ Morris

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Reinout Verbeke

The third excavation season in central Wyoming is a spendid one for the Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences: three dinosaurs from the late Jurassic era. A - at first sight - young Camarasaurus, a Dryosaurus and possibly a Brachiosaurus.

The tusks of the contemporary African bush elephant (background) are small feat next to the fossil tusk of the straight-tusked elephant (foreground). (Image : RBINS/T. Hubin)
08/02/2022

A fossilised tusk of a straight-tusked elephant from the North Sea. New in the Museum!

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Kelle Moreau

Early July 2020, a Dutch shrimp trawler in Belgian territorial waters hauled up nothing less than an elephant tusk in its nets.

T. rex visual
08/10/2021

Become a real T. rexpert in our new exhibition

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Reinout Verbeke

Come and admire Trix and become a real T. rexpert in our new temporary exhibition about the most famous of dinosaurs.

The measurements for CurieuzenAir are taken next to the entrance of the Museum of Natural Sciences. (Image: RBINS)
28/09/2021

CurieuzenAir – RBINS as citizen scientist

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Kelle Moreau

Anyone who lives, works or plays sport in Brussels breathes litres of air every minute. That air is free, but it is incredibly precious and important for our health. But how good is the air quality in Brussels? CurieuzenAir calls on everyone's cooperation to find out.

Lake in the Leopold Park
27/08/2021

Dag van het Leopold Park

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Alexandra Badila

In the pas 150 years the Museum of Natural Sciences has been a landmark in the Brussels Park Leopold. To give you a taste of what's to come in the Museum, we are organising several workshops during the Park Leopold Day on Saturday 4 September.

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