Register for new press mailing list A new mailing system for press releases has been introduced on 1 July 2022. Please register via our registration form to receive press releases. Order Oldest firstNewest first AmberAmphibiansAnimal sound archiveProtection of SpeciesExtinction of SpeciesExhibitionBiodiversityBirdsCitizen ScienceChildrenClimate ChangeCollaborationCollectionCollections ManagementCooperationCoralsCultural HeritageDatabaseDigitalizationEarth SciencesEcosystemImpactEventEvolutionFinanceFishesResearchResearch ClusterFossilsFuture PlanGeneticsGenomicsSocietyInsectsKnowledge TransferLaboratoriesMammalsMeteoritesMineralsMolluscaMorphologyMuseum VisitNatureOpen MuseumOpen SciencePlantsPodcastPoliticsReptilesResearch Data ManagementSaurScience CommunicationSpecial ExhibitionSpider Press release, 20-08-2021 Evolution Research Children Mammals Animal sound archive Birds Baby bats babble like human infants Science publication on language development in animals Press release, 17-08-2020 Evolution Research Mammals Animal sound archive Babytalk in animals Motherese in animals: Female bats change the color of voice when addressing their pups Press release, 14-04-2020 Biodiversity Evolution Society Collection Animal sound archive Knowledge Transfer Future Plan Museum für Naturkunde Berlin is a role model for research museums worldwide “Very good to excellent” in research, infrastructure and transfer Press release, 01-07-2019 Evolution Research Cluster Animal sound archive Social complexity drives vocal complexity in bats A new study published in the journal Functional Ecology describes the virtuous circle between social and vocal complexity in bats. Press release, 04-03-2016 Amphibians Database Evolution Genetics Animal sound archive Research Data Management One or two? How to decide how manx species you have got In a recent study published in the open access journal Zoosystematics and Evolution, scientists from the Museum für Naturkunde Berlin use genetic data and calls analysis to test if treefrogs from West and Central Africa belong to different or the same species.