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The rare sea shells from all over the world debut at the Ningbo Museum 2014-08-07


Yesterday, the staff of the Ningbo Museum arranged the shell show. (Photo by Zhou Jianping) The living fossil nautilus, the mung bean snail that needs a magnifying glass, the large pipe snail that is nearly one meter long, and the rare trapped snail... The Ningbo Museum will be launched on the 8th, the small shell world - the sea of ​​Chinese and foreign treasures "Bei Exhibition" will display more than 200 kinds of more than 200 kinds of Chinese and foreign rare sea shells, of which more than 100 are newly collected in these two years, which are the first exhibition. This is an important exhibition launched by the Ningbo Museum to enrich the summer life of young people. The exhibition will be held until October 10. The reporter went to the class yesterday and introduced Wan Yonghong, director of the Natural Department of Changzhou Museum, who came to the Ningbo Museum to participate in the Haibei Exhibition. "This is the largest collection of exhibitions in the Changzhou Museum. Before we went to the overseas exhibition, the general area was no more than 500. In the square meter, the Ningbo Museum provided an exhibition hall of 800 square meters, and a large number of rare sea shells were able to meet the audience." At the scene, she introduced the famous "living fossil" Nautilus, red snail, the world's rare shellfish, the snail, the snail, the West Indian snail, and a large number of long-nosed snails, snake snails, snails, and sawtooth oysters. A seashell with a chic shape and interesting name. "The trapped snails are hard to come from in the hands of Ningbo collectors. It is very rare." Wan Yonghong said that the collections were basically collected in domestic coastal cities, "but these seashells come from all over the world." “Children’s visits to the exhibition can also motivate them to learn about the interests of the natural sciences and to protect the marine resources. For example, the nautilus is a national first-class protected animal, and the intercepted nautilus placed in the exhibition hall, like a rotating staircase, Like a pleated skirt, the compartments are turned from small to large, which determines the ups and downs of the nautilus. This is the key to unlocking the submarine. In 1954, the world’s first nuclear submarine was named after the United States. Called 'Nautilus'." Wan Yonghong said. Wan Yonghong also introduced the relationship between Baoluo and Beihai. “Huang Baoluo is small and has a shape of elliptical shape. There are often three gray-blue belts on the bottom of the shell. When living, there are tentacles on both sides of the head, like a The traditional 'bei' character. Huang Baolu became the currency originally used in the history of China in the Yin Shang period - Baycoin, so most of the texts related to 'money' in China are by the word 'be'." It is reported that in order to make the audience more Good appreciation of these treasures, the Ningbo Museum has made innovations to the exhibition. The exhibits focus on the visual effects and take into account the kinship between the various families of Haibei. The illustrated and easy-to-understand panels are comprehensive and detailed in the science of oceans and seashells. Relevant knowledge will also be combined with this exhibition to launch a series of youth experience activities such as “Hawaii Wind Chimes”, “Sea Breeze Pots” and “Painted Conch” every Saturday afternoon.