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  • Thu, 03:46: RT @70s_party: Jon Pertwee's Spaghetti Flan is my new jam (via spaghettiflan) https://t.co/oElebz9wO8
  • Thu, 03:53: RT @NHM_London: Around 300,000 years ago, Neanderthals and early Homo sapiens began to shape flint into portable stone cores, from which th…
  • Thu, 03:53: RT @britishmuseum: Around 350,000 years old, this flint handaxe was discovered less than a mile from the Museum in Gray’s Inn Road! It was…
  • Thu, 03:55: RT @EnglishHeritage: Stokesay Castle has barely changed in over 700 years. Step back in time and explore its story this summer #lovecastles
  • Thu, 03:57: RT @AshmoleanMuseum: Palaeolithic handaxe, found at King's Langley in Hertfordshire. See it on display in our European Prehistory Gallery #…
  • Thu, 04:06: RT @NHM_London: This flint hand axe was discovered at the Homo neanderthalensis site of Swanscombe in Kent which was inhabited about 500,00…
  • Thu, 04:13: RT @NHM_London: Ancient #MusTools aren't the only kind in our collection; these objects from the Chalmers-Hunt Collection (held by @NHM_Lib
  • Thu, 04:23: RT @sciencemuseum: From an Acheulian flint hand axe to joiners tools and moustache combs, we have some incredible #MusTools in the collecti…
  • Thu, 04:23: RT @sciencemuseum: This metal artificial arm made in the 1950s has a number of tools which were attached to it for use at Queen Mary's Hosp…
  • Thu, 07:05: RT @AMNH: Not all spiders spin webs to catch their meals. When night falls in Australia, the white-tailed spider hunts its prey on foot. It…

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