Natural History Gallery
The gallery exhibits a variety of Zambian animals and plants shown in their natural habitat, including insects, other invertebrates, frogs, reptiles, fish, birds, mammals and plants. The gallery shows a cross-section of the natural environment of Zambia, emphasising the importance of conserving wildlife and biodiversity. Exhibits include the ant-eating scaly pangolin, the scavenging hyena and deadly black mamba. One of the highlights is a display of Zambia’s three types of Lechwe antelope, two of which are unique to Zambia. The gallery emphasises the importance of conserving the diversity of animals and plants in a changing climate as well as maintaining a clean and healthy sustainable environment for all forms of life, including our own.
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Open every day: 09:00 - 16:30
Closed on 25 December and 1 January
Residents: Adults K10, Children K5
Non-residents: Adults US$5, Children US$3