Display Galleries
The PMNH has established following Display Galleries for the visitors in order to provide them information about natural history of Pakistan.
1. Bio Gallery
2. Tethys Gallery
3. Gemstones Gallery
4. Eco Gallery  also known as children's discovery room
5. Palaeo Gallery
1.Bio Gallery
Bio Gallery provides information to visitors about flora and fauna of Pakistan. This Gallery has been divided into two sections. One section provides information about different animals, birds and plants found in different regions ranging from Alpine heights to Seashores of Pakistan. In this gallery different species of animals, birds and plants have been displayed in their natural habitat through three-dimensional dioramas. This section is based on eight regions and their flora and fauna i.e. Alpine Region, Sub-Alpine Region, Coniferous forests of Kaghan, Swat, Chitral, Dir and Galiat, Potwar Region, plains, desert and coastal areas.
The second section elucidate in  problems of biodiversity of Pakistan. Three-dimensional Dioramas in this section highlight problems of air, noise, soil and water pollution, problems of deforestation, fire, soil erosion, problems of over-fishing, over-hunting and over-grazing, problems of water logging, salination and desertification.
2.Tethys Gallery

Tethys Gallery provides information and visuals about

a)   Salt Range
b)   Ocean life
c)   Minerals and rocks
d)   Whale Skeleton
Salt Range
The Salt Range is of immense importance from historical point of view as the age of rocks in the area vary from 10,000 years to 550 million years old, that is why Pakistan is called the Geological Museum of Pakistan. In this diorama Salt Range has been displayed showing fossil deposits, coal and salt mines and different formations of rocks.
Oceans
In this three-dimensional diorama marine life has been displayed. This display exhibits on Coastal areas marine life, shallow waters marine life, continental slope, continental shelf, coral reefs and deep sea.
Minerals and rocks

In this section various minerals and rocks found in Pakistan have been displayed in showcases. Information about the chemical properties, composition, deposits, and their industrial uses has been provided through bilingual write-ups.

Whale Skeleton
In the centre of the Tethy Gallery a huge skeleton of Whale has been displayed which also carries written information about this marine mammal.
3.Gemstones Gallery
In this Gallery various precious and semi-precious stones have been displayed along with the information about their deposits in different area of Pakistan. The displays are based on gems in raw form as well as cut and polished forms.
4.Eco Gallery
In Eco Gallery basic information about Earth Sciences, Zoological Sciences and Botanical Sciences has been displayed through small dioramas for the interest of children. Through blow-ups different life cycles i.e. Alter Eco System, Energy Flow, Life: Individual to Biosphere, Water Cycle, Carbon Cycle and Nitrogen Cycle, have been displayed. In this Gallery there is also a beautiful diorama of food chain, which shows the dependence of different animals and plants for food on each other.
5.Palaeo Gallery
Palaeo Gallery of the Museum is based on Pre-historic Wildlife of Pakistan. In this Gallery fossils collection from all over Pakistan has been displayed. Some of the fossils are as old as 650 million years. The Story of Human Intelligence and Evolution has also been narrated through fossils, paintings and write-ups. Skeletons of Elephant and Giraffe have been displayed in the centre of this Gallery, which enhance grandeur of this hall.
 

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