NATURAMA Lecture: Life in the valley is something terrible
Animals and plants that inhabit the high mountains are often exposed to adverse climatic conditions. It is difficult for us humans to understand how they can live there, because the conditions of the valleys correspond much more closely to our needs. To conclude from this that living beings in the mountains lead a laborious, deprived existence, but is wrong – not a few of them could not occur at lower altitudes.
In addition to the special exhibition "Summiteers and Sleeping Caps – Animals and Plants in the Mountains", Flurin Camenisch, biologist and museum educator at the Graubünden Museum of Nature, will present selected animals and plants of Graubünden and their adaptations to the mountains in more detail. | The Auditorium Schlossstall of the Swiss National Park is located directly next to the castle. 10 minutes from the train station.
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