The Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum is the city’s first dedicated to wildlife, says its director, Benoit Guénard. Photo: Jonathan Wong The Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum is the city’s first dedicated to wildlife, says its director, Benoit Guénard. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum is the city’s first dedicated to wildlife, says its director, Benoit Guénard. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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Turtles, pangolins, an alligator, insects – exhibition connects nature and people in the urban jungle of Hong Kong

  • Doors open at the first museum in Hong Kong dedicated to biodiversity – a project dear to the heart of scientist Benoit Guénard, who assembled its specimens
  • He sees it as particularly important in a densely urbanised city like Hong Kong where the connection with nature and its diversity may not be widely appreciated

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The Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum is the city’s first dedicated to wildlife, says its director, Benoit Guénard. Photo: Jonathan Wong The Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum is the city’s first dedicated to wildlife, says its director, Benoit Guénard. Photo: Jonathan Wong
The Hong Kong Biodiversity Museum is the city’s first dedicated to wildlife, says its director, Benoit Guénard. Photo: Jonathan Wong
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