Natural History Museum: Behind the Lens
March 9, 2021Return to Events
Award winning photographer Ami Vitale had travelled the world capturing today’s most compelling wildlife and environmental stories. Highly commended in this years’ Wildlife Photographer of the year’s People’s Choice Awards, Ami’s image The Last Goodbye portrays the bond between ranger and rhino. Join Ami in conversation with Alison Shean as we discover the incredible story behind this heart-breaking image.
Nature Live, a production of the Natural History Museum, every Tuesday at 15.00 GMT for interactive talks featuring topical discussions with our scientists and cutting-edge research.
From meteorites to mammoths, evolution to the climate crisis, Nature Live Online is a great way to explore the natural world.
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