Animal Anatomy Exhibition

Our Animal Anatomy Exhibition is a great tool for learning more about animals and their living conditions. Based on CT scans of animals from Kolmården Wildlife Park, the largest park in Northern Europe, we have created an exhibition of fascinating animals for you to virtually explore. Suitable for education and public outreach at aquariums, animal and wildlife parks, natural history museums, science centers, etc.

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Description

This Exhibition is in English.
Existing translations: Swedish, French, Dutch, Spanish, German, Arabic (Contact us)

Featured in This Exhibition

CHIMPANZEE (PAN TROGLODYTES)

The chimpanzee is an 11-year-old male. He weighs 65 kg and comes from the Kolmården Zoo in Sweden. A chimpanzee’s skeleton is similar to a human’s but differs in a number of ways.

Data by Kolmården Wildlife Park, Sweden.

GOLDEN EAGLE (AQUILA CHRYSAETOS)

This eagle was found in the southern part of Sweden in 2008. It was injured in one of the wings and was placed in rehabilitation for a couple of weeks. The eagle was then transferred to the Kolmården zoo. It’s a female and weighs 5.2 kg.

Data by Kolmården Wildlife Park, Sweden.

GREY SEAL (HALICHOERUS GRYPUS)

A fullbody scan of a The grey seal is found on both shores of the North Atlantic Ocean. It is a large seal, with males reaching 3 m long and weighing between 170 and 310 kg. The seal was born at the Kolmården zoo in Sweden in 2009. It was only 28 days old when it was scanned in the CT-scanner.

Data by Kolmården Wildlife Park, Sweden.

LION (PANTHERAL LEO)

The lion is a three year old female called “Shira”. She comes from the Kolmården Zoo in Sweden and weighs 122 kg. An old fracture can be seen in one of the vertebrae close to the scapula and pieces of bone are visible in the stomach.

Data by Kolmården Wildlife Park, Sweden.

MOOSE (ALCES ALCES)

The moose is the largest living species in the deer family. Moose typically inhabit the boreal forests of the Northern Hemisphere in temperate to subarctic climates. Their diet consists of both terrestrial and aquatic vegetation. The most common moose predators are wolves, bears and humans.

Data by Kolmården Wildlife Park, Sweden.