Exhibition Hall 1
Species of Korean Peninsula
Kingdom Monera, Protista and Fungi
Oldest living organisms on earth. Various germs consisting of a single cell with no nucleus fall into Monera. Protists such as paramecia and amoeba that intake nutrients, microalage that produce nutrients, microalgae that produce nutrients with photosynthesis and sea algae belong to Protista. Organisms including mold, mushroom, yeast and lichen that absorb nutrients from other creatures.
Organisms that generate nutrients with photosynthesis and reproduce by means of spores and seeds. These organisms are generally divided into vascular and nonvascular plants. Moss, bracken, herbs and trees belong to this category.
Kingdom Animalia, Invertebrates
Various invertebrate species, including sponges, zoos, molluscs, arthropods, echinoderms, and chordae were displayed.
Kingdom Animalia, Vertebrates
The animals that have a backbone including fish, amphibians, reptiles, birds, mammals, etc were displayed.
Endangered Species and Endemic species of Korea
Wildlife threatened with extinction as the population has decreased substantially which are protected and managed under the Wildlife Protection and Management Act. In Korea, a total of 267 endangered species have been designated. and Refer to speceis found naturally only in Korea that represent the nation's precious biological resources.