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At the National Museum of Nature and Science, “Ancient Mammals Exhibition-Evolution and Extinction Followed by Japanese Fossils-” | Internet Museum


A special exhibition “Ancient Mammals Exhibition-Evolution traced by Japanese fossils” that inhabits Japan from about 120 million years ago to 10,000 years ago and introduces a number of mammals that are now extinct and can not be seen from various angles. Before the opening of “To Extinction ─”, a press preview was held at the National Science Museum in Ueno Park, Tokyo, on July 11, 2014 (Friday).

In addition to exhibiting three Naumann elephants, male, female, and children, as if they were a “family,” we will introduce about 170 valuable specimens, including fossil specimens of “Paleoparadoxia,” which was excavated in Japan and became world-famous. To do. Supervised by Yukimitsu Tomida, Director of the Department of Earth Sciences, National Museum of Nature and Science.

“Ancient Mammals Exhibition-Evolution and Extinction Followed by Japanese Fossils-” will be held at the National Museum of Nature and Science from Saturday, July 12th to Sunday, October 5th, 2014. Admission is 1,600 yen on the day of the event and 600 yen for elementary, junior high and high school students. Advance sales are 1,400 yen and 500 yen, respectively, and will be on sale until 23:59 on Thursday, July 3, 2014.

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