Welcome to the h2g2 Natural History Museum.
This is a collection of researchers who use animal or plant names or avatars. Most of the exhibits are inclined to be fairly interactive. You have been warned.
If I have missed you out, or included you and you don't want to be here, just post at the bottom of the page.
If you spot any plants or animals on the online list who have not been included here, perhaps you would like to drop by their spaces and invite them over here.
- No "New this week" researchers
- Plants must be able to give their latin name before membership
- Members may not eat the other exhibits
- Members may not eat visitors without the permission of a curator
Back to the Library and Museum.
The plant exhibits have been temporarily arranged alphabetically according to their latin name.
- New Exhibits
- Azara microphylla variegata - Azara
- Carya ovata - Shagbark - Hickory
- Crataegus douglasii - Thorn_Bush
- Galanthus nivalis - SnowDrop
- Hippeastrum cultivars - Amaryllis
- Limnobium spongia - Frogbit
- Magnolia grandiflora - Magnolia
- Mandragora officinarum - Mandragora Scrymidden - Mandrake
- Ranunculus aquatilis - Princess buttercup - water buttercup
- Solanum tuberosum - Silent Potato
- Sorbus aucuparia - rowentree
- New Exhibits
- Amanita muscaria - Sergeant Mushroom
The animal exhibits are arranged as a very traditional taxonomy using English names where possible and Latin names where no English equivalents exist.
- Slugs and Snails
- 171750 Baggyfish
- Babel o'fish
- Colin the Goldfish
- Daroo Ichthyophilus
- Dinsdale Piranha
- Emily Ultramarine
- Fish called Honda
- Goth (Fish)
- Hugo the Fish
- Insane Endeavour
- Princess Sugarfoot
- St. RedFish
- The Fish
- The Mystical Fish
- Wild Salmon
- Zarquon's Singing Fish!
- Abstracted Woodpigeon
- Archangel Tweetie
- Clive the flying ostrich
- GreyBeard - Old Man Emu
- Metal Chicken
- Nanny the Six Foot Chicken
- Penguin Boy
- Penguin Girl
- The Flying Dodo
- The Original Nannythesixfootchicken
- Seagull's Lost Horizon
- Shorn Canary
- Zak The Duck
- Rabbits and Rodents
- Seals (Pinnipedae)
- Pinniped - a European Grey seal
- Even-toed ungulates - guaranteed free from Foot and Mouth disease.