One of Denmark's recently opened leisure centres, with an educational and fun background is Naturama, a modern interactive museum of natural history on the island of Fyn, also known as Funen. Opened in 2005, it has become a tourist attraction thanks to its high-tech nature-oriented multimedia, combined with traditional taxidermy (stuffed animals). If you are travelling with children, they are sure to be impressed by the huge whales, marine and land mammals as well as more than 500 reproductions of birds. Naturama has a spiral-shaped structure with three levels through which you take a tour of the fauna in the elements of 'air, earth and water', with audiovisual demonstrations and announcements that will make you feel like you are deep in a European forest, even though it is a replica and the animals are not real.
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