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Land That Time Forgot

Water forms a closed circuit that has remained unchanged for billions of years. Then there are some species that have successfully adapted to the many changes that have occurred over the aeons. Here is where you can meet them!

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Some of the animals around in prehistoric days still roam the Earth today. Relive the adventure of water throughout the ages as you meet these aquatic animals that have survived as a species for hundreds of millions of years: nautilus, jellyfish, lungfish, polypterus, horseshoe crab… And keep an eye out for the virtual sea monsters! Don’t get too scared when you encounter a 3D megalodon, and animal that is now long extinct!

The coelacanth, a real messenger from prehistory, will show you the path to take to flick the switch that will take you back through time. A digital display will appear before your very eyes, illustrating the evolution of life, from the birth of the universe all the way through to modern times.

WATER ON GEOLOGICAL TIME (6 TANKS) AND THE COELACANTH

Some of the animals around in prehistoric days still roam the Earth today. Relive the adventure of water throughout the ages as you meet these aquatic animals that have survived as a species for hundreds of millions of years: nautilus, jellyfish, lungfish, polypterus, horseshoe crab… And keep an eye out for the virtual sea monsters! Don’t get too scared when you encounter a 3D megalodon, and animal that is now long extinct!

BIG BANG

The coelacanth, a real messenger from prehistory, will show you the path to take to flick the switch that will take you back through time. A digital display will appear before your very eyes, illustrating the evolution of life, from the birth of the universe all the way through to modern times.

Flagship species
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Nautilus

Nautilus pompilius

Coelacanth

Latimeria chalumnae

Lungfish

Protopterus annectens

Siberian sturgeon

Acipenser ruthenus

Lepisosteus

Lepisosteus osseus

Nautilus

Nautilus pompilius