Transcending time, mammoths make a return, as their ‘resurrection’ means the beginning of a new dream and challenge for mankind.
Including the Yukagir Mammoth, which generated an enormous interest amongst 7 million enthusiastic fans at the ‘Expo 2005 Aichi Japan,’ recently excavated various rare frozen specimens from the permafrost of the Russian Federation, will also be on show as a world premiere, making it the biggest mammoth exhibition ever.
These mammoths that lived in ancient times, have been uncovered in this modern period from the permafrost. Spinning the future of life sciences through the “Mammoth Resurrection Project,” the long history of the species, which transcends time and space, makes us pose the question, “What is life about?”.
Monday, Third Friday, Temporarily open(3/20,5/4）,Temporarily closed(5/7)
Nagoya City Science Museum