120ft replica dinosaur skeleton painted orange in latest Just Stop Oil stunt

Just Stop Oil protesters have thrown orange powder on the Natural History Museum's huge replica dinosaur in their latest stunt.

The Titanosaur: Life as the Biggest Dinosaur exhibition was closed on Thursday 26 October after two men, both medics, staged a protest beneath the 121ft replica skeleton.

Dr Will Stableforth, a consultant gastroenterologist, and Steve Fay, a physiotherapist, covered the gigantic model in orange cornstarch.

They were also seen holding a banner that read: “For health’s sake Just Stop Oil.”

"FYI the skeleton is a replica. we face losing more than replica bones if new oil and gas goes ahead," a statement from Just Stop Oil read, after the incident.