Incredible Bugs

Exhibition INCREDIBLE BUGS! Is dedicated to the world of insects, offering a series of highly accurate scientific and educational models, as large as 3 meters, sectioned insect models to observe the internal anatomy.

Now on display: From 26 july 2016 to 30 october 2016 Congress Center – Exhibition Saloon – EXPO Antalya – Turkey. Info: Expo 2016

Exhibition facts:

  • Exhibition available for rent or with other modalities

  • Size: 400-500 square meters

  • Transport: 1 trailer

  • Availability: spring-summer 2017, from winter 2019 on

  • Info costs: mail@naturaliter.com

Previous Venues:

  • Congress Center – Exhibition Saloon – EXPO Antalya – Turkey

  • Museum of Natural History of the Mediterranean – Via Roma, Livorno – Italy

Insects because of their small size and the very few things that the general public knows about them, are often ignored or often feared and killed. Science fiction has inspired them to imagine  terrible and menacing alien forms. Mosquitoes, flies, cockroaches, bedbugs etc. haunt us every day, and their miserable lives there trouble for their smallness and dirt. Yet other insects we marvel at their beauty and elegance:  butterflies and some spectacular beetles have always fascinated humans for their colors and the harmony of forms. Collectors pay fortunes for them. The art and science in the insect are perfectly combined in a set that is fascinating for the colors and imaginative shapes, but that also disturbs us to the harshness of their lives sometimes so similar to ours. Already other exhibitions on insects in the past have tried to unravel its mysteries, but only now, for the first time in Europe, you can enter without fear in their own world and see them directly in their glory without the use of microscopes: exclusive, a series of highly accurate scientific and educational models, as large as 3 meters, will allow visitors, young and old, to see with new eyes our tiny little world. Exhibition made by Naturaliter ed Ecofauna.

Some images of Antalya and Livorno assembly.