Wild: Amazing Animals in a Changing World

Now Showing

Gray Wolf one of the many animals featured in the exhibition.
Gray Wolf, one of the many animals featured in the exhibition.
Source: Museum Victoria
Heath Warwick

Be surrounded by the wonderful diversity of mammals, birds and reptiles from around the world.

Explore this wonderful diversity and discover which animals are thriving and which are merely surviving.

Experience Victorian environments such as alps, grassland, wetlands. See them larger than life, faster than life and see the hidden connections which link living things. Discover why biodiversity is under threat and get clues about how we can create a more hopeful future.


Event Type: Permanent Exhibition

Daily, Now Showing
10:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Science and Life Gallery

Wild will be closed for maintenance from 9 to 10 February (inclusive).

Included with museum entry.
MV Members receive FREE museum entry.

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christopher Yuan 6 April, 2011 16:34
The Japanese resources about Wild Life were fantastic. Are there any resources for Chinese language?
Kelvin Hawthorn 3 June, 2012 20:03
I am trying to find the names of animals & birds I took photos of in the new display (Carlton museum)to research them further. It it possible to have the names listed of all those on display or the interactive computer program available on line to identify just the names of the animals and birds? It is impossible to identify them all there with other people also wanting to find the ones they are looking at. Thanks for the magnificent display it's fantastic.
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Meg Murry 7 April, 2014 20:58
Loved this exhibit!
lily 25 September, 2014 19:59
Can you please tell me how long the 'Wild: Amazing Animals in a Changing World' exhibit has been a part of the museum's collection. Thank you
discoverycentre@museum.vic.gov.au 27 September, 2014 10:24


While the Wild exhibition has been on display since 2009, the items that make up the exhibition have been part of the Museum Victoria collection for many many years.

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