This should be titled "Natural History Museum" and not "Natural Museum." China has opened a number of provincial-level natural history museums in the last few years. This is one of them. It has several good dinosaur skeletons like the giant sauropod Omeisaurus, some dinosaur eggs, a nice Mammoth skeleton, a number of Paleozoic fossils like Trilobites and Cephalopods, but mostly a number of dioramas of ancient and modern animal life, most of them life-size. The ancient humanoids are a bit hokey and the Great White Shark looks like he swallowed a cardboard box, but if you have children, they should be impressed with the dioramas. The Provincial History Museum is also next door and is well worth a visit.
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