Museum of Nature Hamburg - Zoology The Museum of Nature Hamburg - Zoology offers one of the largest collections of animal specimens in Germany.

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The Museum of Nature Hamburg - Zoology offers one of the largest collections of animal specimens in Germany and is a great opportunity to take a close look at the animal world.

A wonderful alternative for animal lovers who can't get excited about Hagenbeck's zoo when the weather is bad: The Museum of Nature Hamburg - Zoology of the Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change (LIB) presents taxidermy of birds, insects, hoofed and other animals on 2000 square metres. Many school classes and painting courses have been guests here, but the Museum of Nature - Zoology is also an exciting destination for families. The highlights of the museum include the former NDR walrus "Antje", a two-toothed narwhal, various skeletons and models of other whale species and an Amur leopard. In addition, there are taxidermy specimens of all bird species in Central Europe, rhinos, okapis, polar bears and brown bears. If you want to be informed by the expert, you should book one of the guided tours with exciting insights into nature. Best of all, admission to the exhibition is completely free.

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