Lots to look at, some interesting examples of taxidermy and the displays on how the taxidermy is carried out were very informative - it is very skilled work. I was sad to see some of the stuffed animals such as tigers, which the exhibit said are endangered in the wild - not surprising if every natural history museum has stuffed ones on display! I enjoyed seeing the giant skeletons, the Dodo's, the giant bugs and some of the more exotic rare/extinct species, there were some interesting science lessons, but in the main it was tailored towards children.
The museum was very dark in places, and some of the information translated into English would have been useful. We paid our entrance fee but didn't realise that we would have to pay again to see the other attractions in the area - the zoo, the 'skeleton' museum and the big glasshouse, so we didn't see any of these as we felt we had spent enought although I understand they are separate entities.
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