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Amazon Voyage: Vicious Fishes & Other Riches: This gallery-scale bilingual interactive exhibition takes visitors to seven ports of call along the most biologically-diverse river in the world, the Amazon. Here they encounter amazing creatures including notorious piranhas, enormous anacondas, beautiful stingrays, and mysterious pink dolphins. Through hands-on activities, original multimedia presentations, computer interactives, storytelling, live fish in uniquely designed tanks, original artifacts, dance, music and live demonstrations, museum visitors investigate the region’s incredible biodiversity, encounter field researchers making incredible new discoveries and participate in a celebration of the Amazon River www.amazonvoyage.org
The Interactive Exhibition, "Informatics Spirit", consists of 27 thematic entities starting from Mathematical Logic and ending to the knowledge and the comprehensive understanding of the logical procedures taking place within a Computer. The interactive exhibits act as initiators for observation and thinking.
The exhibition "A Family Story – In the Age of the Mammoths" is a small exhibition featuring the most important nucleus of the paleontological patrimony of the world-famous Sevsk Colletion: six completely re-assembled mammoth skeletons of different ages, all belonging to one family group and representing the only well documented growth series of baby mammoths of “Mammuthus Primigenius”. Although conceived for small exhibition venues, the exhibition is of large impact and incomparable paleontological and scientific value.