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National Insect Week returns in 2018

World Museum

World Museum

World Museum is the oldest of the museums and galleries operated by National Museums Liverpool. It first opened on 8 March 1853 in the Ropeworks district of Liverpool, and it moved to its present site on William Brown Street in 1860. It has expanded to become one of the great museums of the British regions, with collections and displays of life sciences, earth sciences and human cultures around the world.

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Painted Lady butterflies fly annually from North Africa to the UK, occasionally Monarch butterflies cross from America.

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