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Special exhibition in Munich - Molassic Park

For those who live in Munich or close to, there is a very interesting exhibition about nature in Bavaria during the epoche of Miocene and will be open from coming Friday to the beginning of September in Munich Botanical garden. This unique special exhibition is a joint project of Museum Mensch und Natur / BIOTOPIA - Naturkundemuseum Bayern, the Staatliche Naturwissenschaftliche Sammlungen Bayerns (SNSB), the Munich Botanical Garden and the University of Tübingen. I feel privileged to be part of this exhibition having served as an Illustrator along with the well known spanish Paleoartist Mauricio Anton who created three magnificent large scale landscape recontstuctions bringing back to life the animal and plant world of the Freshwater Molasse. Here is the Link to the exhibition, and attached some of my illustrations: https://www.biotopia.net/.../eve.../52-2021-molassic-park-en


Gomphotherium with one tusk


Dicrocerus & Lagomeryx

Dalmatian pelican




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