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Museo di Zoologia, Bologna

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  • What a find - part of the university zoologoical faculty - a great way to spend a hour and a half browsing the displays of bird reptile and mamal collections which served as a basis for scinetific stu...  more »
  • Shows the evolution and the birth of living beings (humans and animals); zoology University of bologna; Magnificent top floor.
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  • We found ourselves in these Museum trying various museums affiliated with the students. The visit is free and covers three floors: ground floor and first floor Museum of Zoology, comparative anatomy and evolutionary Museum 2nd floor, 3rd floor Museum of anthropology. The portion of Zoology is divided by regions and begins with an extensive exhibition of birds, then move on to mammals and reptiles. All kept in excellent condition and with a brief description. The part of comparative anatomy compares the various anatomical parts of many animals with those of man not only of today but also of millions of years ago, to give a clearer idea of what was truly the evolution and developmental progress. The part about anthropology presents a timeline of the genus Homo by our most ancient ancestors. The whole is very well explained by and fascinating, even for children. Congratulations to the University of Bologna.
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  • Externally it appears rather anonymous and almost you are likely to get around without noticing it, but inside hides 4 floors wonders. One tip, take at least a couple of hours and, if you have little time, matches from the fourth floor.
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  • It is one of the most important Zoological museums of Italy. free entry, to visit!
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  • A fascinating Museum. Visited with universities and on my behalf.
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  • Very charming, very few guides and AIDS for tourists but it's free
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