While the most ferocious animal you’re likely to find within the M25 nowadays is probably an urban fox or a territorial chihuahua, London was once home to an abundance of enormous creatures – from wolves to hippos and rhinos to mammoths. The Museum of London has a selection of ancient animal remains from all around the capital.
This week as part of the Prehistory in the Primary Classroom project we are visiting our Archaeological Archive at Mortimer Wheeler House in Hackney. Read the full post
What was life like before London existed? Read the full post