Greater white-fronted goose

Oca lombardella (Anser albifrons)
Reconstructive drawing (T. D’Este)

Anser albifrons

A radius and an humerus of Greater white-fronted goose have been found. They are exposed.

The bird  species found in the site are all currently living. In the Pleistocene as today, different types of aquatic birds, especially ducks and geese, lived near the watercourses, populating riverbanks and marshland where water stagnates.

Masterpieces of the hall

The hall

Sala Espositiva

Inside the showcases located in the exhibition room, some of the more than 2000 fossil remains, found during excavation and representing the identified species, were placed.

Fossil remains of Zelkova crenata, Tree of Judah and Laurel was discovered in the deposit. Fossil remains of Zelkova leaves are exposed.