Vertebrates hall - Partial View

The exhibit of the Natural History Museum of Carmagnola currently is comprised of seven halls, five on the ground floor and two on the first floor.
All the halls have a didactic-oriented approach, with showcases highlighting the main features of each specimen or animal group, its systematic position and aspects of its morphology and biology. There are also numerous dioramas showing local habitats with the relevant flora and fauna.

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Particular of the Owls collection, with an impressive Snowy Owl from Artic Tundra and a Long-eared Owl a common species in Italy, breeding also in the vicinity of the Museum.