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Current exhibitions

Children looking at skulls. Photo: Mikael Axelsson

Follow the course of human evolution over the past 7 million years.

Shown until further.

Human head.

About the human body from an evolutional perspective.

Shown until further.

Ivory sculpture. Photo: Annica Roos

About illegal trade with species under threat.

Shown until further.

Shellfish. Photo: Staffan Waerndt.

The story of habitats from the open sea, streams and under your own dock.

Shown until further.

Calf with two heads. Photo: Staffan Waerndt

Why is biological diversity important? Meet species in water, on land and in the air.

Shown until further.

Hare and wolf. Photo: Mikael Axelsson.

Peek inside a bear's winter quarters, meet wolves and lynx, or investigate an anthill from the inside.

Shown until further.

Whale skeleton. Photo: Mikael Axelsson.

Visit the Polar regions, this fantastic, white, secluded world and meet the animals that survive here.

Shown until further.

Mineral. Photo: Anders Rising

Meteorites from far, far away, sparkling  stones and minerals in all the colours of the rainbow.

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Cloud machine. Photo: Mikael Axelsson

Experiences and knowledge about future climate and its consequences.

Shown until further.

Dinosaur. Photo: Mikael Axelsson

Get acquainted with some of our favourite dinosaurs.

Through Februari 1, 2015.

Bird's eye. Photo: Patrik Olofsson (c)

Nature photographer Patrik Olofsson has followed raptor species in Sweden.

Through January 11, 2015.

Upcoming exhibitions

Snake. Photo: Jonna Bergkvist (c)

Årets naturfotograf 2013

Photographs by Jonna and Tammy Bergkvist.

Opens January 31, 2015

T-rex. Foto: Mikael Axelsson

The history of life and earth. Closed for reconstruction, new exhibition on evolution opens  March 31, 2015.