Where to find the Water World Museum in Hannover, Germany

The Museum was inaugurated as Art and Science on February 23, 1856. The initiative for construction was initiated by the National History Society It is a non-profit association based in Hanover whose purpose is the promotion and dissemination of knowledge of nature. together with the Historical Association of Lower Saxony and the Association of Public Art Collection in the mid-19th century who wanted to bring together their extensive collections and make them accessible to the public. During the World War II, the collection were outsourced. The Dome was destroyed on the central resalit from 1995 to 2000, extensive renovation and modernization measures were carried out within the building. The reopening of the museum took place during Expo 2000 on May 13, 2000. Since 2014, the collections have been redesigned as Welten Museum since November 13, the Wasser Welten Show aquatic animals and their habitats over 200 different aquatic species from different habitats such as the North Sea The Mediterranean, the tropical waters of South America, the Caribbeans and the Indo-Pacific can be seen in the vivarium or container with live animals Fossils – In Latin Fossilis Fossilis classic Latin fossils are literally obtained by digging is any preserved remains impressions or trace of any once living thing from a past geological age example includes bones, shells, exoskeletons, stone imprints of animals or microbes Objects preserved in amber, hair, petrified wood, oil, coal and DNA remnants. Seashells: part of the animal’s body Seashells is a hard protective outer layer created by an animal that lives in the sea. the shells is part of the animal, empty seashells are often washed on beaches the shells are empty because the animal has died and the soft part has been eaten by another animal or have decomposed. a skull cabinet shows which animals are also bound to the water, in addition to polar bear, grey seal and seal skull bones the skull is a bony structure that forms the head invertebrates It supports the structures of the face and provides a protective cavity for the brain. Deep Sea Animals – life in the dark The fascinating part of the exhibition is the animals living in a deep sea. In any sci-fi movie, you would think such species are completely unreal. The exhibition shows that there’s a kind of animal that can survive in a deep water, A total darkness and yet they lived, they are called wing snail, pelican eel and big mouth fish. The exhibition also shows how climate change affects our ocean, the small species experienced hostile conditions Added to this is the garbage waste that humans threaten its existence. Dhelle’s Diary – please subscribe

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