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climate and man. life in eXtremes

Special Exhibition from May 30, 2006 to May 30, 2007 in the
Westphalian Museum of Archaeology, Herne (Germany)

Extreme Habitats

 

What actually is climate?

How does a tornado get into the computer?

What did Neanderthals have for lunch?

Which influence do humans have on their environment?

Have natural disasters recently increased in numbers?

Which hair colour does a mammoth have?

How does the climate influence life on Earth?

What is on a pig’s ribs?

Were the Neanderthals nice people?

How old are the oldest human footprints?

Which strategies for survival did plants, animals and humans develop?

What will the Earth be like in 100 years?

Co-operation partner of the exhibition “climate and man. life in eXtremes” is:

Northrhine-Westphalian Foundation for Environment and Development
 
In 2006 it have been 150 years since the discovery of Neanderthal man. On this occasion three big exhibitions and a congress take place in Northrhine-Westphalia. The co-operation partners have united and together formed the project “Neanderthals and Co.”
The project is under the auspices of:
Unesco
 
The Prime Minister of the State Northrhine-Westphalia
 


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