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August 3, 2021

Antipa Museum organises largest zoological congress in Eastern Europe

The Grigore Antipa National Museum of Natural History, in partnership with the Romanian Academy and the University of Bucharest organises in Bucharest the 5th edition of the Annual Zoological Congress of the Grigore Antipa Museum (CZGA 2013). More than 200 researchers from Europe, Asia and Africa will come to present the result of their research concerning the natural and museum zoological heritage. The main topics to be debated at the Congress will be ecology, invasive species, preservation of biodiversity or research and capitalisation of the natural sciences museum heritage. Those who will visit the museum until November 17 will be able to participate in a raffle to win a spot in the team of the Romanian research to leave next year in Morocco, for exploring some areas that were less explored from the viewpoint of biodiversity. ‘This is the fifth consecutive year when we manage to bring to Bucharest researchers with special results in natural sciences acknowledged worldwide. Which proves that our research in zoology at the museum is valuable and recognized as such’, said the director of the Grigore Antipa Museum, Academician Dr. Dumitru Murariu, as quoted by Agerpres.

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