18 Hoang Quoc Viet street, Cau Giay Dist, Hanoi
Vietnam National Museum of Nature is resided inside the Academy of Science and Technology of Vietnam at 18 Hoang Quoc Viet, Cau Giay dist, Hanoi. Nearly 1,400 specimens are on display at a modest area of more than 300 square meters, but it’s generalized the history of life over 3.6 billion years of the origin of life and nature in Vietnam.
The Vietnam national museum of nature is open from Thursday to Sunday. On Tuesday and Wednesday is reserved for groups for the delegation as school units, students. Entrance ticket is free.
Let take a look inside of this new museum of nature in Hanoi.
The evolutionary tree is presented in detail on the surface of the wood showing the diverse world of life with five organisms: pre-human, progenitor, fungal, plant and animal species.
History of life with typical fossils of four periods of geological development: Precambrian period (4,500 – 541 million years ago), Paleozoic (541 – 252 million years ago), Great Plains (252 years ago) – 66 million years ago) and the New Age (66 million years ago).
Typical fossil specimens such as the fowl (154 to 135 million years ago found in Germany) are on display at the museum.
Human evolution is made up of primitive, humanoid forms that evolve into different races and eventually modern humans. In the figure is the dexterous man, the upright man and the wise man.
The world of vertebrates and marine life is diverse and abundant with species such as pangolins, lizards, tigers, snakes, seahorses, sea stars, coral, oysters.
Vertebrates began to evolve about 530 million years ago. In the picture is the Indochinese tiger skeleton was collected at the Hanoi Zoo.
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