Diving into The Evolutionary History of Whales


I have always liked whales, and used as a teenager to collect anything whale or dolphin related such as ornaments, or jewellery. There are plenty of whale and dolphin themed gift ideas here https://amzn.to/3Zwhply

Whales are magnificent creatures that traverse the vast expanse of the world’s oceans, communicating through intricate and enigmatic sounds. Their sheer size is awe-inspiring, leaving me in wonderment.

If you also love these enormous yet graceful animals, then you may well be interested to read this article: https://www.nhm.ac.uk/press-office/press-releases/new-research-using-fossils-of-whale-ancestors-reveals-their-path.html


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Giant Dinosaur coming to London!!

Do you have a dinosaur enthusiast in the family? Well, you might like to get on down to The Natural History Museum in London this year.


Who could resist a chance to see the Titanosaur, It was the largest dinosaur ever to walk the earth. Believed to have stood about 8 metres tall. I can’t even imagine that!! You get a chance to walk beneath the dinosaur skeleton, it sounds like an unforgettable experience.

If you want to know more, have a look here: https://www.itv.com/news/2023-03-29/titanosaur-largest-dinosaur-ever-to-walk-the-earth-goes-on-display-in-uk

The Natural History Museum website can be found here: https://www.nhm.ac.uk/visit/whats-on.html

For anyone with travel access needs going to, or in London, this should be helpful. I use the passenger assistance app which is mentioned on here for planning train travel. https://tfl.gov.uk/transport-accessibility/

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It’s a fail, or is it?

How has a failure, or apparent failure, set you up for later success?


We all fail at times, the question is how to respond to this. Sometimes we fail to do/achieve something that to be realistic we aren’t going to ever master for whatever reason.

Many other times we may feel like we have failed, but actually it’s just a learning curve and it’s soon time to make another attempt. The next one may well lead to success.

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Failure gives me another opportunity to try again and if necessary do things a different way, and will eventually lead to success. Failure teaches us patience and determination pays off.

Life would be boringly predictable if we always succeeded first time. Where’s the fun in that?