12th February 1999 at 00:00
CREEPY CRAWLIES Thirty million insect specimens, a 6-metre-high termite mound, robotic scorpion and Macrocheira Kaempferi - a spider crab with a leg span of more than 3 metres - are back on display at the Natural History Museum, Cromwell Road, London. The permanent gallery also houses the Crawly House, which shows where mites, fleas and wasps may lurk in your home. Free admission for children will be introduced from April l. Other admission details: 0171 938 9123,

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