Show “Bruda Mae Cha Ae Whale” through Thailand’s most comprehensive view project, 11 meters long after researching to complete the puzzle. Raising awareness of the latest preserved animals in Thailand Ready to be exhibited for the first time at the 2021 National Science and Technology Fair in Muang Thong Thani from November 9 to 19.
Today (November 8, 2021), Mr. Chonwit Thongcharoenchaikit, Academician 6, Academic Office of Natural History Museums of the National Organization of Science Museums (NHSO) said that at the Science and Technology Exhibition Science of Country 2021, which runs November 9-19, NSM is focusing on the SKeleton Outline exhibit, which wants kids to experience the real skeletons that lead to come and exhibit
What is remarkable is the research on the carcass of the whale Bruda Mae Peekaew. died in 2020. It took more than a year for the research team to study the 11-meter skeleton in order to study signs of the disease. and made over 120 pieces of bone to assemble Thailand’s most complete frame
Learn lifeless whale bones from 60 marine whales.
Mr Chonwit said that what he wanted to communicate and learn through the Bruda Mae Peekaboo Whale Watching Project because I want the kids And the general public knows about the only 60 Thai sea whales and just listed in the latest reserve animals in Thailand. Wildlife Preservation and Protection Act, because if the bruda whale house is destroyed, it will indirectly injure marine animals.
Visiting the exhibition is not just about seeing the skeleton of the whale Bruda. But there is also a story of Mae Ja Ae in her life using a cell phone to scan the QR code as an AR character, the whale Bruda in various gestures. Because each named whale has its own identity, for example, Mae Ja Ae loves to ride and catch fish. And there is a notch in the position of the whale’s fin.
Main diagram – representative of human life
In addition, the whales of Bruda There are also two outlines of the director of Siriraj Hospital, which will indicate whether it is male or female, their age and represent their state of health at the time of the dead. Because some lesions can be seen in the bones, such as osteoarthritis. office syndrome
There are also prominent animal bones, like the giraffe’s longest neck. and a large fragment of a sauropod dinosaur thigh bone. and unearthed in Thailand for display It is helpful for visitors to closely compare the height with a skeleton that is 1 to 2 meters high.
Not only skeletal remains, but this event Bones of living animals were also presented, for example, two types of fish with transparent bodies, namely Kung Phra Ruang and Pla Pan Kaew. including sawfish sawtooth, shark carcass, etc.
To visit the exhibition under the COVID-19 situation, it is necessary to organize three tours to reduce congestion: 9:00 a.m.-12: 00 p.m., 12:00 p.m.-3: 00 p.m. and from 3:30 p.m. to 7:00 p.m., accommodating 7,500 bookings on weekdays. and from Saturday to Sunday 5,000 people, including using the virtual science model from their homes. On November 10, General Prayut Chan-o-cha, the Prime Minister and the delegation came to open the event.