The Beaney Museum and Art Gallery and making our own self-portraits

Adam visits The Beaney in Canterbury, which is a combination of a museum, library, and art gallery. We hear about its diverse collection, including a lion skin, tortoise shell, statues, a four-legged baby duckling, chameleons, and a two-headed baby shark! There's also a mummified cat...

The collection at The Beaney is meant to teach visitors about various aspects of the world and history. We explore prehistoric arrowheads and a fossilised mammoth tusk as some of the oldest items in the museum's collection. Plus, three modern portraits of people from Canterbury, including a drag queen, an imam and professor, and a Paralympian, are showcased.

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