A podcast of 10 episodes, an audio adventure produced with pupils aged 7 to 12.
Was there life before the dinosaurs?
With Marie-Béatrice Forel, Senior Lecturer at the Muséum
Why did the dodo disappear?
With Christine Lefèvre, Director of the Museum’s naturalist collections
Are humans animals?
With Bruno David, President of the Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle
How do cats see in the dark?
With Alexis Lécu, Scientific Director of the Paris Zoological Park
Why is rain soft and the sea salty?
With Jérôme Aléon, Lecturer and researcher at the Muséum
Are there still animals we haven’t discovered?
With Laure Corbari, Senior Lecturer at the Museum
How did humans learn to speak?
With Amélie Vialet, Senior Lecturer at the Museum
How do fish breathe?
With Gaël Clément, Director of the Museum’s “Origins and Evolution” department
Founded in 1635, the Muséum National d'Histoire Naturelle is dedicated to nature and its relationship with humans, through basic and applied research, conservation and enhancement of collections, teaching, expertise and dissemination of knowledge. The Museum is historically based in the Jardin des Plantes in Paris, but also has 12 other sites in France, all with one clear objective: to make knowledge on natural history accessible to all and to raise awareness as widely as possible to the importance of protecting the planet.