Portrait of Sir Edwin Ray Lankester (1847-1929), 1928 By Sir William Orpen (d. 1931), Sir Edwin Ray Lankester KCB FRS (1847-1929) was a British invertebrate and evolutionary biologist. He was the third Director of the Natural History Museum., Reading, Oil Painting, Portrait, Natural History Museum, Male, Domestic
RM2DDJ52KPortrait of Sir Edwin Ray Lankester (1847-1929), 1928 By Sir William Orpen (d. 1931), Sir Edwin Ray Lankester KCB FRS (1847-1929) was a British invertebrate and evolutionary biologist. He was the third Director of the Natural History Museum., Reading, Oil Painting, Portrait, Natural History Museum, Male, Domestic
Sir Richard Owen (1804-1892)
RMDTGC8ESir Richard Owen (1804-1892)
London, UK. 2nd Nov, 2016. Sir Michael Dixon, Director of the Natural History Museum waits to greet the President of the Republic of Colombia, His Excellency President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón for an event celebrating biodiversity and scientific collaboration in Colombia. The President's visit was part of the first official State Visit to the UK by a President of the Republic of Colombia. Credit:  Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
RMH73MCTLondon, UK. 2nd Nov, 2016. Sir Michael Dixon, Director of the Natural History Museum waits to greet the President of the Republic of Colombia, His Excellency President Juan Manuel Santos Calderón for an event celebrating biodiversity and scientific collaboration in Colombia. The President's visit was part of the first official State Visit to the UK by a President of the Republic of Colombia. Credit: Mark Kerrison/Alamy Live News
Richard Owen, English Paleontologist
RM2BDYB7DRichard Owen, English Paleontologist
BACARDI Global Category Director for Premium Spirits Ben Farlow, Sir Richard Branson, GREY GOOSE creator Maitre de Chai Francois Thibault and CEO of Virgin Galactic George Whitesides attend the Global Launch Of Grey Goose Virgin Atlantic at the American Museum of Natural History on September 22, 2014 in New York City/picture alliance
RME7WW2XBACARDI Global Category Director for Premium Spirits Ben Farlow, Sir Richard Branson, GREY GOOSE creator Maitre de Chai Francois Thibault and CEO of Virgin Galactic George Whitesides attend the Global Launch Of Grey Goose Virgin Atlantic at the American Museum of Natural History on September 22, 2014 in New York City/picture alliance
Ian Owens the science director of the Natural History Museum instroducing Sir David Attenborough at the launch of the DVD of the Bafta-award winning Alive at the Natural History Museum in London
RM2H9J2TFIan Owens the science director of the Natural History Museum instroducing Sir David Attenborough at the launch of the DVD of the Bafta-award winning Alive at the Natural History Museum in London
Britain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge cuts a cake with pupils from Oakington Manor Primary School, watched by Museum Director Sir Michael Dixon (REAR C), as she attends a children's tea party , to celebrate Dippy the Diplodocus's time in Hintze Hall, at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain November 22, 2016. REUTERS/Yui Mok/Pool
RM2CHW0ANBritain's Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge cuts a cake with pupils from Oakington Manor Primary School, watched by Museum Director Sir Michael Dixon (REAR C), as she attends a children's tea party , to celebrate Dippy the Diplodocus's time in Hintze Hall, at the Natural History Museum in London, Britain November 22, 2016. REUTERS/Yui Mok/Pool
London, UK.  31 August 2017. Sir Michael Dixon, Director of The Natural History Museum speaks on stage.  Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, launches London’s Autumn Season at the Natural History Museum, shining a spotlight on the world-leading cultural exhibitions and events taking place across the capital during the months ahead.   Credit: Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News
RMK2PREXLondon, UK. 31 August 2017. Sir Michael Dixon, Director of The Natural History Museum speaks on stage. Mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, launches London’s Autumn Season at the Natural History Museum, shining a spotlight on the world-leading cultural exhibitions and events taking place across the capital during the months ahead. Credit: Stephen Chung / Alamy Live News
Portrait of Sir Edwin Ray Lankester (1847-1929), 1928. Sir Edwin Ray Lankester KCB FRS (1847-1929) was a British invertebrate and evolutionary biologist. He was the third Director of the Natural History Museum.
RM2F3D362Portrait of Sir Edwin Ray Lankester (1847-1929), 1928. Sir Edwin Ray Lankester KCB FRS (1847-1929) was a British invertebrate and evolutionary biologist. He was the third Director of the Natural History Museum.
London, United Kingdom. 31st July 2021. A demonstrator dressed as Sir Ian Blachford, Director and Chief Executive of the Science Museum. Extinction Rebellion activists gathered outside the Science Museum in South Kensington to protest against oil giant Shell's sponsorship of the Our Future Planet climate change exhibition. (Credit: Vuk Valcic / Alamy Live News)
RM2GAM0R6London, United Kingdom. 31st July 2021. A demonstrator dressed as Sir Ian Blachford, Director and Chief Executive of the Science Museum. Extinction Rebellion activists gathered outside the Science Museum in South Kensington to protest against oil giant Shell's sponsorship of the Our Future Planet climate change exhibition. (Credit: Vuk Valcic / Alamy Live News)
'Our Planet' Global Premiere Arrivals held at The Natural History Museum  Featuring: Sir Terry Gilliam Where: London, United Kingdom When: 04 Apr 2019 Credit: WENN.com
RMT7ACP9'Our Planet' Global Premiere Arrivals held at The Natural History Museum Featuring: Sir Terry Gilliam Where: London, United Kingdom When: 04 Apr 2019 Credit: WENN.com
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RM2CGGTR5. The Annals and magazine of natural history; zoology, botany, and geology . named this species after my excellent friend Sir xlndrewSmith, the late Director-General of the Army Medical Board, anencourager of science, and very accurate and industrious herpetolo-gist and traveller. Description of a New Geoclemys lately living inTHE Gardens of the Zoological Society. By Dr. J.E. Gray, F.R.S., F.L.S., etc. Some time ago the British Museum received a Geoclemys fromthe Zoological Society that had been living in the Gardens, whichwe have preserved in spirits. Having occasion to examine it the 254 Zo