Attractions: Butterflies and moths and other insects, amphibia, reptiles, birds and mammals
The museum has a gallery for permanent exhibition of the acquired specimens. It is opened to the public on all the working day. Special exhibitions are also organized in some occasions such as education day, environment day, Sripanchami, Buddhajayanti etc.
Meet butterflies and moths, other insects, amphibians, reptiles including frogs, crocodiles, snakes, lizards, different birds and mammals etc. Learn the differences, learn what they eat, where they live and how they are adapted for survival. We encourage students to make comparisons and discuss ideas and develop their knowledge.
We also take part of the exhibits to different places at the request of the governmental or non-governmental organization under the awareness campaign and conduct worshop and seminar on natural heritage and its conservation. The collections are normally only available to those, whether amateur or professional, engaged in original research or the production of artwork intended for publication. Charges are levied on commercial users of the collections, and for photography and photocopying.
The precious specimens in the museum were collected by our scientists visiting to various parts of the. They were collected after carrying out a deep study and research about nature. In addition to this, some of the specimens have been purchased from individuals and institutions, whereas some have been obtained as donation or gift.
· – Two-headed snake
· – King cobra
· A 2 0′ 4″ long exuviate of Python
· Molar teeth and skull of Archidiscodon ( 3 to 1 Million years old )
· Molar teeth of Ramapithecus ( 11 Million years old )
· Embroys of human, Asiatic elephants and one-horned rhino
· Different species of Cordyceps
· Female piglet with one head and two bodies
· An eight-legged female kid
· A four-legged chick
· Specimens of seto kag (white crow) and Ramgai (mouse deer) which have probably been extinct from Nepal
· Atlas moth (one of the largest moths found in the world).
Are our main attractions