Founded in 1906, the Field Museum of Natural History sets aside more than six hectares of space for exhibitions and explorations of cultures and environments around the world. The Field Museum has over 21 million specimens, educational exhibitions, academic research and conservation functions, ranging from beetles, mummies to ape and monkey symbols. Ben, there are all kinds of precious stones and ores. Sippa was first seen before the visit. Seven years ago, when he was born in Morocco, he was photographed. Seven years later, when he met again, he was a handsome child. His parents, Thai diplomats, were sent to Rabat seven years ago and now to Chicago, another reason for the trip. In the prehistoric museum, I saw jellyfish fossils from Morocco tens of millions of years ago, and confirmed the statement that the Sahara was the underwater world tens of millions of years ago. During the visit, we were all puzzled by a researcher sitting there motionless, thinking it was a model. After more than 10 minutes, he stood up and showed us the fossil samples he had drilled and washed before realizing that he was a real person and admiring his dedication. One of the most famous dinosaur displays here is Sue-Su. Sue is the largest and most complete surviving Rex Tyrannosaurus fossil in the world. It was discovered by American paleontologist Sue Hendrickson in Western South Dakota on August 12, 1990, and hence named after her. The Field Museum of Natural History in Chicago was bought for $8.36 million at an auction hosted by Sotheby's in New York on October 4, 1997. This is the highest price ever auctioned for fossils of paleontology. Sue has since become a permanent collection of the Field Museum - the treasure of the town hall. The Museum currently exhibits "Tang Zhongying's Chinese Heritage" and "Egyptian Mummy". The Mummy Exhibition is the most complete Egyptian Mummy History Exhibition I have ever seen. All-round understanding of the mummy's social background, rituals, ways and specific production process. Not only broadened our horizons, but also increased our knowledge. The Air Botanical Garden in the Museum Hall. When sprinklers are needed, they can drop the chain and send the plants to the ground for sprinkling, and then to the air.
The Museum of Nature is located in a beautiful area, where you need to take a car or a taxi. There are many natural plants in a large area.
Simply speaking, the building is very characteristic, surrounded by forests, and there are a few other living water is blocked by highway 41 and lakes, one by one streamlined into the outline of the building. The most famous one is the butterfly greenhouse. You can see the process of pupation of butterflies when you open your eyes directly. It's very wonderful and rare.
This natural museum is very lovely. It has a lot of specimens, mainly butterflies. What's more, children like it very much.
This Museum really has nothing to see. It's chicago's natural history. There's a butterfly room, but it's small.