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Naturalium: a space dedicated to Biodiversity

In harmony with 3 important tasks of the Museum that are knowledge diffusion, preservation and awareness measures about scientific and natural heritage protection, this permanent exhibition covering 170 m² and divided in 6 rooms help to understand what biodiversity is, how it changes and how we protect it.

Different units placed in the spaces of the Museum dedicated to animals (zoological garden, aquarium, insectarium, noctarium) supplement the whole. The Museum make use of the richness of its collections to help you discover botanical, zoological and geological specimens that have, for the most part, never been exhibited. The Naturalium also claim to be an interactive place and a civic forum where everyone is encouraged to take a critical look at the exposure of biodiversity.

 

 

The Museum of Besançon will open a brand new space dedicated to biodiversity at the end of 2016.

In harmony with the 3 important tasks of the Museum that are knowledge diffusion, preservation and awareness measures about scientific and natural heritage protection, this permanent exhibition covering 170 m² and divided in 6 rooms will help to understand what biodiversity is, how it changes and how we protect it.

Different units placed in the spaces of the Museum dedicated to animals (zoological garden, aquarium, insectarium, noctarium) will supplement the whole. The Museum will make use of the richness of its collections to help visitors discover botanical, zoological and geological specimens that have, for the most part, never been exhibited. The Biospace will also claim to be an interactive place and a civic forum where everyone will be encouraged to take a critical look at the exposure of biodiversity. 

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