Zoo in São Paulo State Inaugurates Largest Natural History Museum in Latin America

The “Viagem pela Evolução e Biodiversidade do Mundo” (Journey Through the Evolution and Biodiversity of the World) Museum covers 2,400 m² and recounts the origin of life on planet Earth and the adaptation of animals to the environment.

SÃO PAULO, BRAZIL -  The Zoopark in Itatiba, a municipality located between São Paulo capital and Campinas, has inaugurated the largest museum of natural history in Latin America, entitled “Viagem pela Evolução e Biodiversidade do Mundo”, which is now open for visitation and tells the story of adaptation of animals and humans on planet Earth.

According to the advisory, Zooparque has a partnership with the "Evolutionsmuseum Schmiding", located in Krenglbach, Austria.

According to the Zoo, this partnership led to the interest in encouraging education through a museum in the interior of the state of São Paulo, raising . . .

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