Visitors can see skeletons of prehistoric and now living animals: skeleton parts of mammoths that lived in the territory of Lithuania more than 12 thousand years ago, horns of aurochs that wandered in our forests till the 16th century, skulls of woolly rhinoceros and the largest terrestrial mammal, the African elephant, some bones of the largest mammal in the world, the whale. In the anatomical part of exposition skeletons and skull models of mammals, birds, reptiles and fish are displayed.

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