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One of our technicians preparing a foot of the Plateosaurus. (Photo: Thierry Hubin, RBINS)
21/06/2016

A Plateosaurus in our Dinosaur Gallery in 2017

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Reinout Verbeke

Our Institute has welcomed a new dinosaur: a Plateosaurus. It measures about 6.5 metres in length and has lived 210 million years ago. Plateosaurus is one of the first great dinosaurs and one of the very first “long necks”.

Falcons for Everyone 2016
01/04/2016

Two Pairs of Falcons Breeding in Front of The Camera

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Reinout Verbeke

The falcons are back in town! The 12th edition of Falcons for Everyone follows two breeding pairs this year. In the cathedral of Brussels the female laid 5 eggs and in the town hall of Woluwe-Saint-Pierre 4 eggs are waiting.

Competition « 1001 ideas – Save biodiversity »
01/10/2015

Competition « 1001 ideas – Save biodiversity »

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Charlotte Degueldre

Our ways of life and of consumption have an enormous impact on biodiversity all over the planet. The Royal Belgian Institute of Natural Sciences therefore challenges everyone to come up with original ideas to protect biodiversity.

sunset over the ocean
19/05/2015

Celebrate World Ocean Day 2015

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Charlotte Degueldre

We're celebrating World Ocean Day at the Museum on Sunday 7th of June 2015.

Falcons in their nest, one month old
19/05/2015

Falcon Success Story

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A true success story: the four little falcons high in their nest on the St. Michael and St. Gudula Cathedral in Brussels. The four females were born on the 8th of April and were ringed on the 28th.

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