The Maastricht Museum of Natural History is situated in the historic Jeker quarter of the city, housed in a former cloister complex. The collection consists of an estimated 550,000 objects, devoted to the geology, paleontology, and flora and fauna of southern Limburg.
The highlights are the skull of a Mosasaur (nicknamed Bèr), several giant tortoises, and their latest Mosasaur discovery, Lars, who is gradually being extracted in the Science lab.
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