Culture

Visit the "Ocean: diving into the unknown” exhibition at the National Museum of Natural History

Until 5 January 2020, drift away with this exhibition revealing the most stunning and obscure facets of the ocean!

Several themes are explored throughout this exhibition:

  1. A whole world to discover
  2. Drift with the current
  3. A dive into extreme environments
  4. An ocean of promises
  5. Between myth and reality

You will discover an incredible biodiversity that remains largely unknown.
Did you know that more than 95% of the ocean's biomass is made up of organisms invisible to the naked eye... most of which form part of plankton. A portraits gallery and a 360° immersive film let you dive into another dimension to discover the variety of shapes and functions of these minuscule creatures.

© C. Sardet, N. Sardet et S. Mirshak, Parafilms / Chroniques du plancton
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© C. Sardet, N. Sardet et S. Mirshak, Parafilms / Chroniques du plancton

How to get there:

metro metro metro metro station "Gare d'Austerlitz" / "Jussieu"

For more informations : https://www.mnhn.fr/fr/visitez/agenda/exposition-evenement/ocean-plongee-insolite

RATP is partnering this exhibition

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