I sent my children to school to the Expo Garden. The vegetation is very good, but unfortunately the insect garden is under renovation and I didn't see any insects.
In a ladybug-like building in the Xinong Expo Park, the butterfly specimens inside are really beautiful, not only the shape, but also the colors. Butterflies have so many colors, and they all have gradient-colored wings. The specimen wall with dancing butterflies is also very beautiful!
The insect museum looks like a ladybug. There are two floors inside. The first floor contains specimens, knowledge explanations and models of various insects. The second floor contains insect-related cultures and human relations as well as related merchandise souvenirs for sale. The content is rich.
The Entomology Museum of Northwest Sci-Tech University of Agriculture and Forestry was established in June 1987. It is divided into four parts: exhibition, collection, scientific research and support system. The exhibition area is more than 3,600 square meters, and 3,300 square meters of greenhouses and net rooms are built to raise live insects such as butterflies. For the audience to watch.
Well worth going and learning a lot, especially for the primary school students.
The insect museum at the alma mater, built by a team of famous professor Zhou Ling