A magnificent wrought iron structure. A nineteenth-century market hall topped by huge windows. Modern interior where lifts are busy slide from floor to floor all day long. In the midst of all this: the sharp fangs of residents and shiny coat, frozen in eternity of naturalization. Welcome to the Great Gallery of Evolution in the heart of Garden plants.
Full of stuffed specimens and facsimiles of wild beasts, this Natural History Museum full of staging spectacular and fascinating information about the animal world. Here, a giant octopus waves its tentacles as if to pierce the ceiling, under the eye of a threatening shark, mouth wide open. Further, a tiger grips the back of an elephant under a rain of euphoric monkeys tumbling roofs.
The centerpiece is undoubtedly the most impressive string of wild animals from the depths of the savannah, it imposes confusing dimensions. Large glass elevators lead to the floor, punching a bird garlanded ceiling as immortalized in flight. In the second, the exhibition examines the impact of man on nature and an update on new "trends" of evolution: or how to make an alligator purse "crocodile".
The third floor is dedicated to extinct or endangered. Annexed Gallery of Comparative Anatomy and Paleontology holds for its more than one million skeletons of animals and an exceptional collection of fossils. Rich temporary exhibitions complete this must visit for both children and adults.