One of the most attractive inhabitants of the Black Sea - the two types of jellyfish, zargan, scorpid, turbot, etc. can be viewed in the Nature and Science Exhibition of RHM Burgas, presented in a different way. The exhibition includes 10 three-dimensional models of fish, dolphins and jellyfish. They represent not only the characteristic features of these Black Sea inhabitants, but are also made in their actual sizes. Although only for a short time during the opening of the exhibition, visitors had the opportunity to learn about another interesting species - the white-spined kestrel, also presented with 3D models, part of the project "Life for the white-spined kestrel" LIFE19 NAT/BG/001017.
The installation is part of the BSB142 BioLearn project "Environmental awareness and behavior to stop pollution in significant wetlands of the Black Sea Basin", funded by the Joint Operational Program for Transboundary Cooperation "Black Sea Basin 2014-2020" and implemented by SNC Green Balkans. It will be available for viewing in the hall of the Nature and Science Exhibition at 30 K. Fotinov Street until the end of the summer.