- Plant Environment Exhibition Room
- This Exhibition Room includes educational panels about the environment in which plants live, plant fossils, and animal specimens, in three-dimensional format
Plant Environment Exhibition Room displays content regarding the environment surrounding the plants, including biomes, ecosystems, climate zones, and plant habitats. Explanations given by the German meteorologist, Wladimir Koppen, pertaining to tropical rain forests, grasslands, deserts, temperate forests, northern coniferous forests, tundras, and animal specimens, are on exhibition as well. The 23 species displayed includes animal specimens, such as jaguars and otters that live in both temperate and tropical climates, as well as grasslands. The fossil area includes eight large species and 16 small species, with a total of 48 species on display, as well as Petrified Wood, Fern Fossils, and Chestnut Tree Fossils.
The Coexisting with Plants and Animals Zone is a place sharing stories about symbiotic plants and animals, while the Earth’s Tears Zone contains descriptions about changes in the plant environment caused by global warming. Finally, the Protect Plants Zone shows visitors all the seemingly small ways people can have impact on the protection of plant life.