The Thames Whale exhibition

SkeletonThis time last year, a northern bottlenose whale found its way up into the Thames. We were briefly able to marvel at the very unusual sight of a whale in the river outside the Houses of Parliament – but truth was that the creature was a long way from where it should have been. Despite efforts to save it, it didn’t survive.

This week, the Guardian put the remains of the whale on display at their Newsroom in Farringdon in London. Today, we went along to take a look. It was a very nicely done, small exhibition that included photographs, natural history display, and a film. You can see more in my photoset on Flickr.

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