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inglés a escocés: Ulster Museum Information General field: Otros Detailed field: Historia
Texto de origen - inglés Explore spectacular fossils from a ‘graveyard’ of tiny ammonite shells to a toothsome, four-metre long fish.
See skulls of dwarf elephants and giant deer.
Discover why your skeleton isn’t that different from a monkey, a mouse or a mole.
Enter from level 4 walkway.
Learn more about life on Earth – both past and present.
Explore fossil algae, the bizarre shells of ammonites and the alien forms of trilobites.
See modern starfish, giant clams and an emperor penguin.
Marvel at the coelacanth, a fish thought extinct until 1938, and the passenger pigeon, driven to extinction by 1914.
Traducción - escocés Exploar bi-ordinar fossils frae a 'burial grun' o mintie ammonite shells tae a toothy, fower-metre lang fish.
See skulls o droichlin elephants and etin deer.
Diskiver why yer skeleton isnae sae dïfferent frae a monkey, a moose or a mowdie.
Gang in frae the gangwey oan the 4th flare.
Learn mair aboot life oan the yird – baith past and praisent.
Exploar fossil gaurs, the ferlie shells o ammonites and the ootlin foarms o the trilobites.
See modren crossocks, etin clams and an emperor penguin.
Mairvel at the coelocanth, a fish thocht tae be extinct untae 1938, and the Passenger Doo, weedit awa bi 1914.
inglés a escocés: Dundee V&A Guide General field: Arte/Literatura Detailed field: Arquitectura
Texto de origen - inglés An archway through the middle of the museum frames views over the river and city, echoing a commemorative historic arch built nearby to welcome Queen Victoria and Prince Albert to Dundee in 1844.
Set proudly alongside RRS Discovery, the exploration ship built in Dundee and sailed to Antarctica from 1901-1904 by explorers Scott and Shackleton.
Traducción - escocés A pend, or archgang, throu the mids o the museum frames views ower the river an ceety, echaing a commemorative historic airch whit wis biggit near aboots tae walcome Queen Victoria an Prince Albert tae Dundee in 1844.
Sat proodlie alangside RRS Discovery, the exploration ship whit wis biggit in Dundee an sailt til Antarcticae frae 1901- 1904 bi explorers Scott an Shackleton.
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