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Cougars, jaguars and anteaters in all their details

Cougars, jaguars and anteaters in all their details

July 21, 2021 – 07:39
Salteños and tourists completely devoted themselves to a tour of its various rooms, where the flora, fauna and minerals of the area are represented.

silently, the Salta Museum of Natural Sciences Miguel Angel Ara has been placed among the most selected websites by المواقع Saltinos s tourists To visit during the winter holidays.
It was established in the seventies and became the institutional nucleus from which the Faculty of Natural Sciences in what or what“, highlights the House of Graduate Studies on its portal.
The museum is located on Mendoza Avenue No. 2, in San Martin parkOn the banks of the lake. It is an ideal place to rediscover and deepen knowledge about Biodiversity Area.

Inside, the public can admire the representative specimens of plants, animals, and minerals as well as their fossil remains. In the main room you will find several ecoregions in the province, among them Yunga, Puna, and Chaco (dry and wet).

In the Mammal Chamber there are samples of endangered species in jump, such as the anteater, the carita tattoo, the common querquencho, among others.
Both young and old are amazed to see up close in every detail a Puma or a Jaguar.
The vast world of birds that inhabit the province is also represented in the area ornithology. The majestic Andean condor attracts the attention and admiration of the public. The world of insects is also displayed in a space dedicated to world of insects.

Photo Courtesy: Guadalupe Monserrat Díaz Alzogaray

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Roberto Vicentini Natural Science Museum, in an interview with Tribune He said that for ichthyologyIn the different stands you will find fish that live in the most important ponds in the region, namely the rivers Pilcomio, Bermejo and Goramiento. He also pointed out that there is a site dedicated to PaleontologyAnother for metal and there is also a “room for the curious”. In the latter, there is a lot to discover, since exploring the drawers you can see everything from mollusks, butterflies, spiders and beetles to some vertebrates.

There is an area that combines the biodiversity of the province. It is a room that “allows identification through photographs of different species of fauna and flora in our area that fall into a certain category of threats. It invites us to think about those species that have a high probability of extinction or that are approaching this situation under constant direct pressure on them or their habitats.” , as they said from the institution This experience is accompanied by voices.

Share the photos students, professionals, teachers, researchers and natural scientists. “The works of Andrea Cococchi, Andrés Palmiro, Christian Dominguez, Diego de Pietro, Gustavo Maras, Juan Lazaro Novara, Julian Hernández, Mauricio Acamentes, Pablo Gorostiago, Roberto Kisling, Rubén Barques, Santiago Castrónica and Sofia Caviña Berchina, deserve appreciation.” Details from the museum.

Learn more about Biodiversity What we live with not only amazes us, but also invites us to think. That is, we are currently going through a period when the great diversity of organisms that inhabit the planet is greatly diminishing, while the extinction of Ocean. To stop the degradation that nature suffers, it is first necessary to know it, because you do not want what you do not know. Next, you have to turn aspirations or desires into concrete actions, because part of the solution is in each person.

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In the Natural Science Museum Various tasks are also developed, such as the enrichment and maintenance of collections, research and design, organizing exhibitions as well as the dictation of extension courses for EGB course teachers and the general public.

Shifts, costs, and schedules

because of a pandemic Covid 19All precautions have been taken to prevent the spread of the virus. In this sense, each visit to the museum takes about 40 minutes and seats 24 people per shift. All hygiene protocols must be respected: chin strap use, social distancing, applying alcohol gel, etc. To enjoy the experience, it is advised to make a prior reservation through the website of MuseumBy social networks, email or phone: 0387 4318086/3875412231 / [email protected] / Facebook: mcnsalta / Instagram: @ museo.naturales.salta
The museum is open from Tuesday to Friday from 9 to 13 and from 15 to 19. Saturdays and Sundays from 15 to 19. As for the cost of tickets, children from 5 to 10 pay $ 70; Over 10 years $100, foreign tourists $300, public institutions $50 and private $70 per student.