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Exhibitions

All exhibitions

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Ivory sculpture. Photo: Annica Roos

About illegal trade with species under threat.

Shown until further.

Calf with two heads. Photo: Staffan Waerndt

About biological diversity, and why it is important.

Shown until further.

Shellfish. Photo: Staffan Waerndt.

About life on Earth. And, of course, dinosaurs.

Shown until further.

Shellfish. Photo: Staffan Waerndt.

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

Shown until further.

Cloud machine. Photo: Mikael Axelsson

About future climate and its consequences.

Whale skeleton. Photo: Mikael Axelsson.

Experience the Arctic and Antarctic grand environment. See animals and plants from landscapes with sweeping pack ice, tundra and endless oceans.

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.

Human head.

About the human body from an evolutional perspective.

Shown until further.

Children looking at skulls. Photo: Mikael Axelsson

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

Shown until further.

Barn undersöker en kristall i utställningen Skatter från jordens inre.

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

Shown until further.

Temporary exhibitions

Mineral. Photo: Anders Rising

Photo exhibition about a thin dividing line between survival and extinction. Shown from September 29

Former Exhibitions