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National Zoological Museum of China

The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country

National Zoological Museum of China
A mounted lion cub on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
Mounted Wild ducks on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
A mounted horse on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
A mounted buffalo on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
A man views a mounted tiger on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
A mounted wolf on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
A mounted elephant on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
Mounted magpies on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
A mounted wolf and goats on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)
National Zoological Museum of China
A mounted weasel on display in the specimen pavilion on April 15th, 2012 in Beijing, China. The National Zoological Museum of China opened to public in Beijing in 2009, with a showcase of more than 5,000 specimens of animals could be found within the territory of the country. (Getty Images)