Site map

  1. We will be reopening early 2017.
    1. Wonders of the Animal Kingdom: A New Museum of Zoology
    2. Events
      1. BioBlitz Cambridge 2016
      2. BioBlitz Cambridge 2015
      3. BioBlitz Cambridge 2014
      4. BioBlitz Cambridge 2013
      5. BioBlitz Cambridge 2012
      6. BioBlitz Cambridge 2011
      7. BioBlitz Cambridge 2010
      8. Past events
    3. Outreach and Schools
      1. Educational visits and loans boxes
        1. Discovery Talks
      2. Getting here
      3. Activities & guides
        1. Birds: a Museum guide
        2. Dinosaurs: a Museum guide
        3. Lizards & snakes: a Museum guide
        4. Marine reptiles: a Museum guide
        5. Whales & dolphins: a Museum guide
      4. Volunteer with us
      5. Access
      6. Venue hire
        1. Preferred caterers
        2. Conditions of hire
      7. Museum rules
    4. Exhibitions & displays
      1. Temporary Exhibitions
      2. Past exhibitions
        1. National Science Weeks
          1. Slicing up the Ice Ages
          2. Pareiasaurs turn turtle?
        2. Primitive Streak
      3. Moths in the royal bedchamber
    5. Collections & archives
      1. Collections
        1. Fossil vertebrates
        2. Recent vertebrates
          1. The Finback Whale
        3. Birds
        4. Insects
        5. Molluscs
        6. Other invertebrates
      2. Historical significance
        1. Charles Darwin
        2. Leonard Jenyns
      3. Histories & archives
        1. Main museum material
        2. Insect room material
      4. Catalogues
      5. Academic use
        1. Borrowing specimens
        2. Invasive sampling of specimens
      6. Photography & filming
    6. Who we are
      1. People
        1. Curators
        2. Fellows & researchers
        3. Staff
      2. Our history
      3. Designation
      4. Contacts & enquiries
    7. Our research
    8. Young Zoologists Club
    9. UMZC Zoology Club
    10. Bivalve Molluscs
      1. Bivalve Collection of the Museum of Zoology
      2. Anatomy of a Bivalve
        1. Inside the Shell
      3. Lifestyles of Bivalve Molluscs
        1. Burrowing Bivalves
        2. Bivalves that Bore
        3. Attached Bivalves
        4. Free Swimming Bivalves
        5. Crevice dwelling and nestling bivalves
        6. Symbiosis in Bivalves
        7. Other Unusual Bivalves
      4. Commercial Value of Bivalves
      5. Bivalve Research
        1. Freshwater Mussel Ecology and Conservation
        2. Arctica islandica, the longest lived animal on Earth
      6. School Resources
    11. Animal Bytes
    12. Links