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Beats & Bones live: Penguins and underwater noise


In the Beats & Bones podcast we open doors to our collection and research laboratories that are otherwise closed. Live streams on our Instagram channel complement current episodes. We look forward to your questions in the live chat!

Who knows our earliest ancestors were 480 million year old jawless fish? In the Beats & Bones podcast, which is created as part of our cooperation with Berliner Sparkasse, you get an exclusive look behind the scenes of the museum. Collection rooms with more than 30 million objects, state-of-the-art research laboratories: nature experts from the museum answer questions about the diversity of nature, evolution, the formation of the earth, climate change and the death of insects.

Event information

The live stream takes place this week in cooperation with Deutsches Meeresmuseum (German Oceanographic Museum) in Stralsund. After an introduction by marine biologist Cora Albrecht, project coordinator in the Hearing in Penguins project at the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin, we will be switching to Stralsund. Helen Rößler reports from the Ozeaneum on her research work with penguins and curator Dorit Liebers-Helbig from the exhibition on underwater noise.

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