By Euro Weekly News Media • 07 September 2016 • 7:27
Brown Bear female and cubs.
AS part of its programme of improving its exhibits, the Gibraltar Museum has just accepted delivery of two specially commissioned works which have immediately gone onto display.
These new exhibits are life sized models of a family of Brown Bears (female and three cubs) and an adult Bearded Vulture both of which once lived on the Rock and their bones have been recovered from a number of caves in Gibraltar.
It is the museum’s aim to gradually populate its garden with realistic life size models of the animals of Gibraltar’s past and these particular models have been created by artist Paco Ventura.
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