INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION, which shows the PROBLEM WITH THE POLLUTION OF THE BLACK SEA WITH WASTE
Hello again friends,
The rest of the models have arrived and they will be included in the INTERACTIVE EXHIBITION informing us about the PROBLEM OF POLLUTION OF THE BLACK SEA WITH WASTE.
Physical three-dimensional models of marine inhabitants in real size and coloration, with the characteristic morphological features of each species - dolphins, ear jellyfish and lung jellyfish, as well as fish - turbot, sprat, bonito, leffer, scorpionfish and zander. They are made of modern materials and technologies.
The waste dumped by humans and ending up in rivers and seas is not only an aesthetic problem, but also a major threat to the planet's biodiversity and a risk to human health. A threat that also poses a risk for the Black sea as well as for the lives and human activities related to it. The closed basin of the Black Sea makes it extremely vulnerable to any type of pollution, putting its inhabitants at risk. The litter that the sea dumps on beaches, as well as the discovery of rubbish islands floating on its surface, show the essence of the problem.
The installation is part of the BSB142 BioLearn project "Environmental awareness and behaviour to stop pollution in important wetlands of the Black Sea basin", funded by the Joint Operational Programme for Cross-Border Cooperation "Black Sea Basin 2014-2020" and implemented by NGO Green Balkans-Stara Zagora.
The exhibition of the Black Sea fish models of dolphin, turbot and bonito will be in the museum from 29. 06. 2022 to 20. 07. 2022.