Georgios Georgalis is a PHD candidate in palaeontology at the University of Fribourg, Switzerland.
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Tomáš Lackner, a German researcher with a Hungarian background, visited our museum from Munich within the SYNTHESYS project.
Turkish botanist, Levent Can came to study specimens in our herbaria within the SYNTHESYS project. He is writing his Ph.D.
It was back in 1979 when rhinoceros remains were found during construction work near the settlement Kávás, Zala Hills, Hungary.
By our exhibition Mummy World, we learnt that human mummies have already been found in every part of the world, even in Hungary.
Alfréd Dulai has been the director of the Department of Palaeontology of the Hungarian Natural History Museum since 2010.
Lajos Bíró (Tasnád, 1856- Budapest, 1936) was a multitalented man; a zoologist, entomologist and also an ethnographer.
The Nile crocodile (Crocodylus niloticus) is an apex predator, which is the biggest one of the four African crocodile species. Its body length can reach 7 metres.