London's Natural History Museum is famous for its animal inhabitants, but look a little closer and you'll find a whole pack of creatures you may have previously missed. These stone-faced beasts are resting up in the roof, clinging onto the columns and even hiding in plain sight on the building's exterior. Keep your eyes peeled on your next visit and see how many you can spot.
The Natural History Museum is located on Cromwell Road, SW7 5BD. As always it's free to visit, although some special exhibitions may carry a charge.