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    Website http://www.mus-nh.city.osaka.jp/

    Nagai Park 1-23 , Higashi-Sumiyoshi-ku,Osaka 546-0034, Japan Phone +81-6-6697-6221 / Facsimile +81-6-6697-6225

    Osaka Museum of Natural History

    By subway, getting off at "M26:Nagai" station of "Midosuji Line". Ten minutes walk toward the east. By JR, getting off at "Nagai" station of "Hanwa Line". Fifteen minutes walk toward the east.

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    ●Research activity We research the nature and geological history of Osaka. Each curatorial staff has a professional specialty and performs his/her own studies, as well as collaborate as a team. Collection and laboratory equipment are also utilized by scientists from home and abroad.

    ●Collection and preservation We collect a wide selection of specimens and literature related to the natural history. These are utilized for scientific research and exhibition. We preserve them so that they will be available to the next generation.

    ●Educational activities We host a variety of educational events, such as nature hiking, workshops, lectures, botanic tours and so on. We also accept guest scientists and museum trainees from universities.

    ●Association of Osaka Museum of Natural History There is a "Friends of Osaka Museum of Natural History" group, organaized by members who use the museum extensively to study nature. For information, please ask tomonokai@mus-nh.city.osaka.jp

    ●Nature Information Corner There is an information counter with curatorial staff. Your questions about nature, exhibitions and activities are welcome.

    Activities We have a variety of activities as follows.

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    Lecture Hall

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    Fossils from Izumi Group

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    HillsOsaka Bay

    Mountainous Regions

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    You can touch the items with this symbol mark.

    Hands onEntrance exhibit is expressive of ancient Osaka at the palaeolithic age, when the interaction between human and nature started. This is the main theme of this museum, “Nature and Human Activities”.

    What kind of environment are you living in now? Let us take a look at what kind of creatures exist in the diverse environments of the Osaka area.

    This exhibit begins from the formation of the Osaka Plain, and then traces back in time, the history of the islands of Japan, and the Earth, as well as the history of life itself.

    The long history since the origin of life has increased the diversity in the global biota. Evolution resulted in a variety of body structures and shapes geographically and ecologically.

    Plants and animals live out their lives in close connection with various environments and other organisms around them. Many of these ecological links are introduced in this exhibit .

    Nature has provided us with gifts. Where does the food, which you see on your dining tables, come from?

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    Nature Square Natural History of Osaka

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    Nature Hal l Planned exhibitions are held temporarily here.

    Naumann HallNaumann Hall

    3rd Exhibition Room Evolution of Life1st Exhibition Room The Natural World Around Us

    2nd Exhibition Room History of the Earth and Life

    5thExhibition Room The Lives of Living Things

    3rd Exhibition Room Evolution of Life1st Exhibition Room The Natural World Around Us

    2nd Exhibition Room History of the Earth and Life

    5thExhibition Room The Lives of Living Things

    4th Exhibition Room (temporarily in gallery) The Gifts from Nature

    4th Exhibition Room (temporarily in gallery) The Gifts from Nature

    Information on the nature of Osaka, such as the biota and geology, are regionally and taxonomically exhibited.

    Osaka Museum of Natural History

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    3rd Exhibition room Evolution of life 19 Speciation 20 Dispersal 21 Coevolution 22 Evolutionary diversity of insects 23 Zoogeography of insects 24 Sea as the cradle of life 25 Whence come we?

    First Exhibition Room The Natural World Around Us 1 Alien species around the ports   in Osaka 2 Urban nature 3 Rural nature 4 Nature of country forest 5 Virgin forest of ancient Osaka 6 Endangered habitat and life 7 Insects in the forests of Osaka 8 Foods of prehistoric man in Osaka 9 Influences of alien species 10 Life in Osaka Bay

    2nd Exhibition room History of the earth and life 11 History of Osaka Plain 12 The Great Ice Age 13 The Quaternary Period 14 The Osaka Group 15 The age of mammals 16 Late Cretaceous fossils from the Izumi Mountains of Osaka 17 The age of dinosaurs and ammonites 18 Aspects of the Palaeozoic sea and forest

    5th Exhibition room The Lives of Living Things 27 Different Species, different way of life 28 Wating for their chance 29 Quest for the new world 30 Predator-prey interactions 31 Competition for resources 32 Parasitism and mutualism 33 Inter-specific interactions among three spesies 34 Habitats created by other organisms