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'Walking sharks' caught on video, astound scientists
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London: Natural History Museum Tour
Daily: Exhibition tickets for the Citi exhibition Feminine power: the divine to the demonic and Hieroglyphs: the unlocking of ancient Egypt are available to book. In our galleries you can visit the treasures of Sutton Hoo , explore the wonderful collection of the Islamic world , and learn more about Egyptian mummies. Please see the list of available galleries to visit below. You're advised to book a timed slot in advance to guarantee entry and help control the numbers of individuals who can visit.
On a remote outcropping at nightfall on the coast of Papua New Guinea on May 3, , scientists encountered something amazing: a walking shark. Using its fins to drag itself, the diminutive tan-and-black-speckled shark shimmied across a tide pool that contained barely enough water to skim its belly, moving like a lumbering sea lion as it dragged its body across the shore. The creature was an epaulette shark Hemiscyllium ocellatum , and it is unique among shark species in its ability to walk on land. Forrest Galante, a conservationist and biologist, recently shared rare footage of this unusual species in a new special for Discovery Channel's Shark Week called " Island of the Walking Sharks opens in new tab.