• The Chilean Abalone is "International Mollusc of the Year 2023"

    Result of the public vote is now official

  • PM_Bernstein Aasfresserfalle

    In the Necrophagous Trap

    Cretaceous amber preserves lizard carcass with necrophagous insects – ants are not among them

  • Decline in Nutrient Load and Sea-level Rise: Winners and Losers in the Wadden Sea UNESCO World Heritage Site

    Long-term study reveals changes in benthic communities in the East-Frisian Wadden Sea as a result of environmental and climatic changes

  • Press release from the Leibniz Institute of Freshwater Ecology and Inland Fisheries (IGB) and the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research (SGN)

    War in Ukraine threatens freshwater resources and water infrastructure

  • Ice Age Survivors

    Large-scale genomic analysis documents the migrations of Ice Age hunter-gatherers over a period of 30,000 years – they took shelter in Western Europe but died out on the Italian peninsula

The three museums of the Senckenberg Society for Nature Research display exciting results of Senckenberg research as well as globally unique exhibits and changing exhibitions on important topics of natural science.

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