Project Showcase-Museum in the Zoo in Turkey

It is a tragedy that we sometimes forget that these lands do not belong to us alone, rather we share it with innumerable animal and plant species. With the passage of time, many of those species have already gone extinct. So the museums play a very important role, presenting a number of extinct animal species as well as still surviving wild animals to people, especially to the future generation, which we are all supposed to protect the world we live in.

Here, in a fantastical world where time seems to have frozen, visitors can come face-to-face with hundreds of species that became extinct millions of years ago and also learn about species that we have shared our planet with for years but that are now endangered. Starting from those animal skeletons.


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The museum locates inside the renowned zoo, it is home to the animated skeletons of different animals. From a 4.5-meter-long mammoth that lived in 1,700 BC to the ancestor of whales dating back 33 million years, Dorudon. Extinct animals to be featured at the museum, which introduces visitors to the extinct animal species that lived millions of years ago as well as the wild ones currently in nature! It also features the king of the dinosaurs, Tyrannosaurus rex, the reptile Dimetrodon, which lived more than 295 million years ago, and a large collection of taxidermy wild animals.


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In this museum, visitors got to visualize the animals, their nature and habitats. All the animals are placed according to their natural posture, with some displayed hunting, feeding or in flight. None of the animals displayed at the museum were harmed in any way, as they were preserved using special techniques following the end of their natural lifespans.

Let’s have an extraordinary journey of discovery through the animal kingdom, using seminars in the education hall, educational films, and all those wildlife documentaries.