Toyohashi Museum of Natural History

1. Introduction Hall

Introduction Hall

A long line of tiles alongside the wall of this section displays the history of the earth from its origin to the present. Visitors may touch the fossils in rocks placed on the wall.

2. Natural History Square

Natural History Square

Skeletal Replicas of Tyrannosaurus and Triceratops are located in the center of the hall.

3. Paleozoic Hall

Several fossils that represent the Paleozoic era are also exhibited. Those are : Trilobites which were dominant at that time, seed ferns, Glossopteris which are now extinct, and a small reptile, Mesosaurus which is one of the evidences for the continental drift theory by Wegener.

Paleozoic Hall

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