Living Worlds explores the relationship between people and nature. We affect nature and nature affects us.
A wild sheep wearing a woolly jumper illustrates use of resources, and a baby elephant and a Honey Bear relate to children’s stories. A crane and piece of rubble from the Hiroshima atomic blast are surrounded by paper origami cranes to tell a story of peace.
The gallery includes many of our best animals, such as a Tiger, a Polar Bear, a Gorilla and the skull of Old Billy, the oldest horse in the world.