National Museum of Ireland Natural History, Dublin Photos

The Irish National Museum of Natural History, Dublin has specimens of Fauna found in Ireland with a highlight being the extinct Giant Irish Deer Megaloceros giganteus. The museum sits near other National Museums around Leinster House opposite Merrion Square.

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Natural History building of National Museum of Ireland. Dublin, Ireland.Skeleton of extinct Giant Irish Deer <i>Megaloceros giganteus</i> at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.Skeletons of extinct Giant Irish Deer <i>Megaloceros giganteus</i> at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.Basking shark specimen at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.
Natural History building of National Museum of Ireland (on Merrion Square). Dublin, Ireland.Skeleton of extinct Giant Irish Deer Megaloceros giganteus at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.Skeletons of extinct Giant Irish Deer Megaloceros giganteus at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.Basking shark specimen at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.
Irish waterfowl collection at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish birds of prey & owls collection at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.

Irish waterfowl collection at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.Irish birds of prey & owls collection at National Museum of Natural History. Dublin, Ireland.


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