Métiers du Muséum - Quand on parle du loup… avec un zoologue

Discover one of the many jobs at the Museum! This week you can meet a zoologist who will talk to you about the wolf.


As part of AG!R, the Museum's space dedicated to environmental self-defense, we offer you :

Jobs at the Museum - When we talk about the wolf ... with a zoologist

Come and discover the jobs at the Museum!

The scientist who studies animals is called a zoologist. Manuel Ruedi, zoologist and curator at the Museum, will show you that this job is exciting and very varied.

This workshop will be the occasion to present, in preview, the brand new Grey Wolf that the taxidermists of the Museum have just assembled. This emblematic animal is once again part of the great predators of our fauna and the zoologist will try to answer the questions that this return may raise. The wolf is indeed a fascinating and highly sociable animal, which plays a unique ecological role in nature, but which can also attack herds of domestic animals, which is not without problems for farmers.

Practical information :

  • Mediation room, 2nd floor
  • Free of charge
  • All audiences, recommended from 4 years old

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About the venue

Route de Malagnou 1, 1208 Genève