“Here you can see microscope slides of insects and animal parts. There are many varieties (groups) of small insects which maybe even you haven’t ever seen! From the smallest to the brightest and most colourful. The light behind the slides lets you see each tiny creature in better detail. It’s a much bigger thing than you expect.
Did you know 95% of all insects are smaller than your thumb. That probably made you shocked. But listen to this! There are 1,000’s of different species in the Micrarium! That’s amazing right? In fact there are a total of 2,323 individual specimens! Have a look.
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"Thanks Yew class for a wonderful tour of the museum! It was really interesting to hear what you enjoyed about the project and about your thoughts on UCL and going to university. Now I want to come and visit!"
"What a great insight to the objects in the Grant Museum. Your well written labels and video clips really brought the objects to life and made me want to visit, really good work from everyone! Thank you to everyone from George Mitchell School for sharing your experience, follow your ambitions and I hope we will be welcoming you to UCL as students or Directors in the future."
"I loved this virtual tour! Especially some labels are translated into other languages so this would be helpful for foreigners too! Interesting to see various choices and really enjoyed them!"
"I thought the tour was wonderful. Very informative and the enthusiasm of the pupils is infectious."
"Thank you students for bringing alive some of the exhibits of the Grant Museum. You had each found something that interested you and your enthusiasm shone through, making me want to go and visit the museum one day."
"I thought the tour was brilliant and choice of animals amazing! It was lovely to hear the curator - and children!"
"Such a brilliant project! I am very impressed that you made it happen under these unprecedented times. It is inspirational to me as an MA student!"