Hall of Ocean Life 2 :: American Museum of Natural History :: New York City

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Taken the 27/03/08
The Milstein Hall of Ocean Life is home to the Museum's beloved 94-foot-long model of a blue whale, a powerful evocation of the massive yet graceful nature of the largest animal ever to roam the planet. This hall, which displays creatures and environments from across the globe, reopened in May, 2003 after a major renovation project was completed. The 29,000-square-foot hall was transformed through current scientific research and cutting-edge exhibition technology into a fully immersive marine environment with video projection screens and interactive computer stations, all still watched over by the great whale. The extensive renovations provide a rich context for the latest marine research while restoring the classical architectural elegance of this popular hall.

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