Zoological Museum /
Natural History Museum of Finland
POHJOINEN RAUTATIEKATU 13
(N/lat 60° 10.279’, E/lon 24° 56.189’)
Operating as part of the University of Helsinki, the Zoological Museum is a research unit specialising in the multiplicity and biodiversity of animal species on the planet. Zoological research at the museum focuses primarily on systematics, taxonomy (species classification), animal geography, and projects involving the charting and observation of different species. The Zoological Museum serves the local community by, for instance, proving expert statements on a variety of topics. The Zoological Museum contains exhibits from over 10 million animals.