- Located in the residential and prosperous barrio of Caballito, the Argentinean Museum of Natural Sciences is the country's largest natural history collection. The museum combines traditional and modern exhibits, ranging from large-scale skeletal remains to giant sharks hanging in fluorescent-painted rooms. The museums' permanent exhibition includes rooms devoted to a wide range of topics, from botany and geology to paleontology and zoology. The reconstruction of ancient Patagonian dinosaurs, the biggest and best maintained of its kind in South America, deserves special praise. The richly populated tropical aquarium is also worthy of a detailed tour. Museum admission is US $1. - Pablo Waldman
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