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Natural History of Anatolia

Discover the wonders of Anatolia's natural history. The Natural History of Anatolia exhibition takes visitors on a journey through millions of years of geological and ecological history. Experience the flora and fauna of the region, rare and endangered species.

The exhibition showcases the rich and diverse natural history of the Anatolian region, which has been shaped by geological and ecological forces over millions of years.

The exhibition takes visitors on a tour of various ecosystems that have existed in Anatolia from past to present, presents the fascinating flora and fauna that have inhabited this region, including some of the rare and endangered species that are unique to Anatolia.

One of the highlights of the exhibition is the display of various species of animals, both living and extinct, that have called Anatolia their home. Visitors can observe the Eurasian Lynx, Red Deer, Barn Owl, Transcaucasian Nose-horned Viper, Bearded Vulture and other species up close through digital and physical interactive installations.

Another impressive feature of the exhibition is the reproduction of the Tokatensis insect and the life-size fossil replica of Paraceratherium, the largest land mammal found in Anatolia, which lived over 40 million years ago.

In addition to the physical exhibits, the exhibition also offers a memorable virtual experience with interactive digital applications. Visitors can explore various aspects of the natural history of Anatolia and the world at large through these applications, making it an engaging and immersive experience for all ages.

Overall, the Natural History of Anatolia exhibition is an informative and exciting journey through the past and present of the Anatolian region, showcasing the incredible biodiversity and ecological richness that makes this region so unique.

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On-site production is possible. Technical drawings and details can be transmitted. In addition, the use of domestic materials suitable for the needs is flexible. Possible to adapt to local languages.






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At Usturlab, we share the notion that science plays a role as a building block in human societies. Usturlab collaborates with experts that adopt interactive communicative approaches in the fields of philosophy, art and technology. Usturlab strives to synergize such energy to contribute to the social ecosystem both nationally and globally.
The operational spectrum of Usturlab is vast. We mainly serve our partners by designing workshops, physical environments for training, art & technology centers, all of which form crucial support to formal education systems.

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