In the organizer's words:

With the interactive exhibition "Expedition Snow Leopard", NABU together with the Museum der Natur Hamburg invites visitors on a journey into the realm of the endangered big cat. Visitors learn how snow leopards live, what dangers they are exposed to and what everyone can contribute to protect them.

With this traveling exhibition, the Museum of Nature Hamburg of the Leibniz Institute for the Analysis of Biodiversity Change (LIB) complements the content of the section on big cats, which was updated a year ago. The interactive and playful activities as well as supplementary lectures make the traveling exhibition an experience with knowledge gain for young and old.

Snow leopards are among the rarest big cats on earth. Worldwide, only up to 6,400 of them still live in the wild. As high mountain dwellers, snow leopards are among those suffering from the global climate crisis. They also suffer from poaching and the dwindling and increasing fragmentation of habitats.

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Museum der Natur Hamburg Bundesstraße 52 20146 Hamburg

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