Central Europe

The section Central Europe focuses on native species. Agriculture technology and trade have been particularly powerful human influences on forests. Our forests have been affected by the cultural patterns of human use, and the resulting landscape is a mosaic of unmanaged and managed patches of habitat. Human influence and small climatic variation can cause very substantial changes in vegetation, the biodiversity for any given landscape will vary substantially. This implies that biodiversity conservation efforts need focus of attention.
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Exhibitions and events

African savanna

Permanent exhibition

The African savannah in the atrium forms the heart of the exhibition, which aims to mediate the complex relationships between different species in this habitat. The barrierless display shows many...


Permanent exhibition

The rainforest tree, extends one of its giant roots into the savanna and thereby demonstrates the close link between these two completely disparate habitats. The rainforest is home to an extremely...

Arctic / Antarctic

Permanent exhibition

Arctic and Antarctic  have the most arid and cold places on Earth. Both have snow and ice,  northern and southern lights,  blizzards and snow storms. Antarctica is a continental land mass but the...

Desert - Survival in the Drought

Permanent exhibition

The deserts are a habitat with a very few number of species. Only animals that have adapted to the extreme climate are able to live in those regions. However, because of heat and drought, it is not...

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