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    Tropical Biome

    Tropical forests reproduced in the heaven of global biodiversity

    • area73 x 52 x 35(m)/3,192m²
    • Environment35°C or below in summer / 22°C or above in winter / Humidity 60 -90%
    • Population
      • 20 amphibian/ reptile species, (about 100individuals)
      • 160 fish species (about 2,000 individuals)
      • 700 plant species (about 3,000 individuals)
    • Pirahaluke
    • Tropical coral
    • Electric eel
    • Rubber tree
    • Mud Skipper
    • Archer fish
    • Cannonball Tree
    • Nile crocodile
    • Aldabra giant tortoise
    • Banana tree
    • Tropical biome View

    • Amazon freshwater fish (large fish)

    • Aldabra land turtle

    • Philippine sail tail lizard

    Characteristic

    The Tropical Biome is a recreation of tropical rainforests in Asia, Central and South America, and Africa among the tropical rainforests with rainfall all year round and evergreenbroad-leaved forests. Among them, Asian rain forests account for about 70%. There are more than 700 species of tropical plants in the tropical climate, more than 160 kinds of fish in the tropical rivers and seas, and more than 20 species of amphibian reptiles.

    • Humidity 60 ~ 90%
    • Summer 35°C or below, Winter 22°C or bove
    • Kalimantan, Indonesia Madagascar Mazo Allah

    composition

    Tropical Biome
    • 01 Tropical forests in Asia

      Tropical forests in Kalimantan, Indonesia

    • 02 Tropical forests in Africa

      Tropical forests in Madagascar, Africa

    • 03 Tropical forests in

      Tropical forests in Amazon

    • 04 Panoramic water tank

      Various Water ecosystem In the tropical climate Sach as lake, river, coast, etc.

    Guidance map

    열대관 안내도이미지
    관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조 관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조

    Point of view

    • Pirahaluke피라루크

    • Electric eel전기뱀장어

    • Archer fish물총고기

    • Nile crocodile나알악어

    • Mud Skipper머드스키퍼

    • Rubber tree고무나무

    • Banana tree바나나나무

    • Cannonball Tree머드스키퍼

    Desert Biome

    Vitality in Harsh Environments

    • Area59 x 30 x 12(m) / 1,381m²
    • Environment35°C or below in summer / 8-16°C in winter / Humidity 10-70%
    • Population
      • 7 reptile species (about 30 individuals)
      • 2 mammal species (about 10 individuals)
      • 400 plant species (about 2,000 individuals)
    • Western diamondback rattlesnake
    • Fennec Fox
    • Aloe
    • Stoneface
    • Yucca
    • Black-tailed prairie dog
    • Venomous lizard
    • Desert Biome

    • Fennec Fox

    • Desert Biome

    • Black-tailed prairie dog

    Characteristic

    The Desert Biome is an area where the temperature is maintained 10°C or above in winter with the average annual rainfall of 250mm or below.
    Most plants in the Desert Biome are endangered species whose transactions are strictly prohibited in the international community(CITES)

    • Humidity 10 -70%
    • 35°C or  below in summer, 8 - 16°C in winter
    • Sonora Desert
      Mojave Desert
      Madagascar Desert
      Namib Desert
      Atacama Desert

    Location

    Location of the Tropical biome : Located on the first floor of the ecorium.

    Composition

    Desert Biome
    • 01 Sonora Desert

      Desert in North America and Latin America(including mexico)

    • 02 Madagascar Desert

      Desert on Madagascar Island in Africa

    • 03 Namib Desert

      Desert That stretches Along the Atlantic Coasts of Africa

    • 04 Mojave Desert

      Desert in the West of United States

    • 05 Atacama Desert

      Desert that Staretches Along the coasts of South America

    Guidance map

    사막관 안내도이미지
    관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조 관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조

    Point of view

    • Western diamondback rattlesnake서부다이아몬드 방울뱀

    • Venomous lizard 독도마뱀

    • Prairie dog검은꼬리프레리독

    • Stoneface 리톱스

    • Yucca 유카

    • Aloe 알로에

    • Fennec Fox사막여우

    Mediterranean Biome

    Fascinated by the fragrance of Mediterranean

    • Area52 x 30 x 15(m) / 1,241m²
    • Environment35°C or below in summer /
      10°C or above in winter/
      Humidity 50-60%
    • Population7 amphibian species (about 30 individuals)
      400 plant species (about 2,000 individuals)
    • Olive
    • Pomegranate tree
    • Baobab tree
    • Herb
    • Insectivorous plant
    • Eucalyptus
    • 지중해관 전경1

      Mediterranean Biome

    • 지중해관 전경2

      Mediterranean Biome

    • 지중해관 전경3

      Mediterranean Biome

    • 지중해관 전경4

      Mediterranean Biome

    Characteristic

    The Mediterranean Biome reproduces ecosystems in Mediterranean climate zones, Such as south Africa, the European Mediterranean sea, california, The Canary lslands, and Australia.The Mediterranean Biome displays about 400 species of Mediterranean plants, such as Baobab trees, very rare insect-eating plants, and herbs, and 7 amphibian species, including tiger salamanders and dumpy tree frogs.

    • Humidity 50 - 60 %
    • 35°C or below in summer
      10°C or above in winter
    • Maquis Forest in Europe, Chaparral in California

    Location

    Location of the Mediterranean Biome: Located on the first floor of Ecorium

    Composition

    Mediterranean Biome
    • 01 California

      West coast of North America

    • 02 Hilly South Africa

      Forest with shrubs and bush

    • 03 Europe

      Shrub forest on the Mediterranean coast

    • 04 Canary

      Plants donated from Canary Botanical Garden in Spain

    • 05 Australia

      Vegetation in southwest Australia

    Guidance map

    지중해관 안내도이미지
    관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조 관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조

    Point of view

    • Olive올리브

    • Baobab Tree바오밥나무

    • Insect-eating plants식충식물

    • Eucalyptus유칼립투스

    • Herbs허브식물

    • Pomegranate Tree석류나무

    Temperate Biome

    Temperate forest in the Korean Peninsula meets vegetation of Jeju Island

    • Area62 x 33 x 12(m) / 1,671m²
    • EnvironmentRoom temperature in summer / 0°C in winter / humidity 50 - 60%
    • Population
      • 9 amphibian and reptile species (about 20 individual)
      • 35 fish species (about 500 individual)
      • 200 plant species (about 13,000 individual)
    • Hibiscus hamabo
    • Soapberry tree
    • Arisaema amurense
    • Siniperca scherzeri
    • Solenoglyph
    • Otter
    • Golden eagle
    • 온대관 전경1

      Temperate Biome

    • 온대관 전경2

      Temperate Biome

    • 수달

      Otter

    • 온대관 야외

      Temperate Biome Outdoor

    Characteristic

    Temperate Biome The Temperate Biome presents a reconstruction of the nature and animal habitats of the Korean peninsula, along with its climate characteristic of four distinct seasons, and the biodiversity of the ecosystem. In particular, with the basalt-flagged floor and the Gotjawal terrain and ponds, the hall evokes the atmosphere of Jeju Island known as Korea’s most famous temperate forest. The Temperate Biome comprises a subtropical forest, an outdoor valley area, and a temperate forest in the mountainous area. Each component displays thematically selected species. Its 12 animal sections and 14 aquarium tanks show 9 amphibian and reptile species and 40 fish species, including the Jeju salamander and solenoglyph. The biome also showcases over 200 plant species such as the blue Japanese oak. In the outdoor valley and mountainous areas of the Temperate Biome, birds of prey and otter habitats were created so that visitors can see otters and various raptors such as golden eagles, and buteo.

    • Humidity 50 -60 %
    • Room temperature in summer/
      0℃ in winter
    • Korea

    Location

    Location of the Mediterranean Biome: Located on the first floor of Ecorium

    Composition

    Temperate Biome
    • 01 Subtropical forest (Indoor)

      Vegetation of Gotjawal Area in Jeju Island

    • 02 Temperate forest (Outdoor)

      Vegetation of the Valley in Seoraksan

    Guidance map

    온대관 안내도이미지
    관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조 관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조

    Point of view

    • Yellow Mandarin Fish황쏘가리

    • Mamushi살모사

    • Otter수달

    • Serrate Amur Jackinthepulpit천남성

    • Muhwanja tree무환자나무

    • Black Eagle검독수리

    • Hibiscus Hamabo Siebold & Zucc황근

    Polar Biome

    Polar Ecosystems of the South and North Pole

    • Area17.8 x 74 x 7.5(m) / 1,316m²
    • Environment10°C in summer / 6°C - 10°C in winter
    • Population
      • 6 gentoo penguins
      • 4 chin-strap penguins
      • 20 plant species (about 30 individuals)
    • Northern Pika
    • Reindeer
    • Arctic fox
    • Polar bear
    • Deschampsia Antarctica
    • Antarctic penguin
    • 극지관 전경1

      Polar Biome

    • 극지관 전경2

      Polar Biome

    • 극지관 전경3

      Polar Biome

    • 극지관 전경4

      Polar Biome

    Characteristic

    Polar Biome Unlike the other exhibition halls that are filled with living things, the NIE’s Polar Biome contains a collection of various stuffed animal specimens, graphics, videos, and panels. The visitors can move along the marked path and experience the different ecosystems in the changing polar climates along the latitudes. Starting with Gaema Heights, the coldest region in the Korean peninsula, visitors will see diverse polar ecosystems such as the Taiga, the Tundra, the ice and snow in the North Pole, and a penguin colony in the South Pole. In the South Pole penguin village, which is kept at an average temperature of 3℃, there are 6 gentoo and 4 chin-strap penguins.

    • 10℃ in summer / 6℃ - 10℃ in winter
    • Gaema Plateau, Taiga and Tundra, Arctic, Antarctica

    location

    Location of the Mediterranean Biome: Located on the first floor of Ecorium

    Composition

    Polar Biome
    • 01 Gaema Plateau

      Gaema Plateau, the coldest place in the Korean Peninsula

    • 02 Taiga and Tundra

      Taiga and Tundra in northern Siberia

    • 03 Arctic

      Svalbard Island in Norway

    • 04 Antarctica

      Near the King Sejong Station in King George Island, Antarctica

    Guidance map

    극지관 안내도이미지
    관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조 관람동선 이미지 - 상세내용 아래참조

    Point of view

    • Pika우는토끼

    • Polar bear북극곰

    • Arctic fox북극여우

    • Penguin펭귄

    • Antarctic hair grass남극좀새풀

    • Reindeer순록

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