Today's #MolluscMonday tweet is the bivalve shell, Ledella ultima. A species found at abyssal and bathyal depths in the Atlantic south of Rockall.
Find out more from the Marine Bivalve shells of the British Isles Website: https://t.co/weDtCTgA1S
The History of Fashion in 100 objects at the @Fashion_Museum was brilliant, with an audio guide for every item.
William the Conqueror and his army set sail from the mouth of the Somme River 955 years ago, #OTD 1066, beginning the Norman Conquest of England https://t.co/pVfG9ZXIFH #medievaltwitter
#MolluscMonday Humpback cowry (Mauritia mauritania) from Philippines. It belonged to the collection of the malacologist Joaquín González Hidalgo. It has a very wide distribution across the Indo Pacific region, lives among rocks at a minimum depth of 2m #Molluscs #NatHist #Museums
Join us this afternoon to hear from Anne Strathie discussing Herbert Ponting, the creator of some of the most iconic images of the 20th century, and his incredible career from California via Japan to the Antarctic.
Join us online today at 2:30pm: https://t.co/guNaVo4zrF
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