The Hall, inaugurated in November 2021, is a 200-square-metre, high-impact exhibition dedicated to the theme of Biodiversity.
The exhibition takes the public on a journey of discovery through the fauna of five continents: Africa, Asia, Europe, Oceania and America. More than 80 taxidermied animals are represented within their natural habitats and a raised walkway allows visitors to walk through the environments and observe specimens such as the African elephant, Asian elephant, giraffe, wapiti, crocodile, rhinoceros, hyena, gerenuk, emu and nandu at close range.
The aim of the room, in line with the Museum's mission, is to tell the story of the richness of life on Earth, but above all to convey the importance of protecting species and their natural environments, issues of global significance that affect us all, as the title of the room at the entrance, translated into the main world languages, reminds us.
To confirm this commitment, the Museum also joins the Global Coalition for Biodiversity #UnitedforBiodiversity, promoted by the European Commission with the aim of raising awareness of the importance of protecting biodiversity.
Date: Friday, 30 September 2022.
Timetable: shifts starting at 15.00, 15.45, 16.30, 17.15, 18.00.
Duration: approx. 30 minutes.
Maximum number of participants: 25 people per shift.
Cost: free of charge
Reservation required: 050 2212970/80