World Water Day has been celebrated annually since 1992 and aims to draw attention to the importance and protection of water resources.
On this occasion, during the week (20.03-24.03) when we celebrate Water Day, we invite you to visit the Natural History Museum of RIM Burgas to learn interesting facts about our Black Sea and its inhabitants. The museum team has developed a special talk in which it presents the main characteristics of the Black Sea, such as lower salinity, the presence of a layer of hydrogen sulfide, which is devoid of life, etc., and how these characteristics have affected its inhabitants. Visitors will learn whether there are poisonous fish in our sea, how "dangerous" the Black Sea shark is, why the turbot is flat, and whether the sea swallow is a fish or a bird. The lecture is aimed primarily at schoolchildren and students, but also at all inquisitive residents and guests of Burgas. Lecturers are museum specialists who are dedicated to the topics and can present them in an interesting and engaging way.
The talk is by prior request at the museum (30 K. Fotinov St.) or by phone: 056 84 32 39.
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