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Our Relationship with the Natural World

Humans are part of the natural world and have always relied on it. Animals and plants keep us well fed. Fossil fuels like coal and oil keep us warm. Rocks and minerals give us tools, technology
and even status symbols. Whether we worship, exploit or exist alongside the natural world, our bond with it has always been complex. Museum objects show how attitudes to nature can change
through time.

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