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Hanuman dhoka and natural history museum

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Hunting and Trophy Numbers of Big Game Hunters of Nepal, Fascinating Data

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Hanuman dhoka and natural history museum

  1. 1. Group A Dhananjaya Lamichhane : 09-902 Dinee Tamang : 09-903 Gopal Gautam : 09-904 1
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  4. 4.  Location: Hanuman Dhoka Palace, Basantapur , kathmandu  Established: Around 2034-35 B.S  Dedicated to: highlights of life of King Tribhuvan  Tasks:  Biodiversity watch through the various hunting trophy photographs  Management aspect of the museum  Hunting Recreation 4
  5. 5.  Tusks of Subarna Prasad and Krishna Prasad first observed  Many elephants used for parade(about 5)  Hunting Room:  “To kill wildlife is a lesser crime and so than to kill your own character and morality.” – His Late Majesty King Mahendra Biodiversity watch through the various hunting trophy photographs 5
  6. 6.  Hunting Room:  A lot of Guns were proudly displayed  The list of animals hunted over the years by the late king in different countries was framed on the wall In context of Nepal , list of animals hunted: Biodiversity watch through the various hunting trophy photographs (contd… Bear 6’ 1933 Black buck 15” 1960 Ghorial 3’ 1953 Tiger 10’10” 1963 Rhino 16 ½’ 1956 Swamp deer 34” 1963 Sambar 33 ½” 1956 Hog Deer 9’ 1963 Wild buffalo 45” 1957 Wild Bear 4’ 1963 Spotted deer 39 ½” 1958 Leopard 7’ 8” 1963 Barking deer 5’ 1959 Tigress 9’ 6” ‘1964 6
  7. 7.  Apart from the Hunting room List , the animals hunted as seen from the photographs displayed  1 arna  2 leopards  3 tigers  2 deers  1 tiger hunted by Late King Birendra also in 2044 B.S Biodiversity watch through the various hunting trophy photographs (contd… 7
  8. 8.  Current Management: Under Sambidansabha Samsadiya Byabastha Tatha Sanskriti Mantralaya By Puratatwa Bibhag  Since its establishment about 5 Managements changed  Before: Under Palace , Now: Nepal Government(post Revolution 2063) Management aspect of the museum 8
  9. 9.  As interviewed with working staff:  Same staff (15 / 16 )only chief has changed  No proper management  No change  No proof of working as a Govt. Official  Security: Sardula Jung Gulma (about 250 Army officials) Management aspect of the museum 9
  10. 10.  Revenue collection: Entrance Fee Nepalese: Rs. 10 and Foreigners: Rs. 250  Number of visitors: Around 400 National and 50 Foreign visitors per day  Total collection per day: About Rs. 8000 per day  Revenue goes to the Nepal Governments Treasury  Money for the Museum and staff comes from Nepal Government’s budget Management aspect of the museum 10
  11. 11.  Location: Swayambhunath Hill, Kathmandu  Established: in 1975  Dedicated to: aid in the research and preservation of rare and threatened fauna and flora species  Tasks:  Find the biggest moth  Man eating python  Eagle shot by Dipendra  Look at the various biodiversity collection 11
  12. 12.  Started with specimen of birds and butterflies  Collection  9 000 plant specimens  approximately 40 000 invertebrates and vertebrates  fossils,  prehistoric shells,  butterfly collections,  snakes and  100 skeletal remains 12
  13. 13.  The Institute of Science and Technology and the Natural History Museum work together to record the plants and creatures found naturally in Nepal  Under the Tribhuvan University Management  Very small space and too many specimen arranged in a small room 13
  14. 14.  Main role : to serve as a research and educational facility  Other objective: to offer knowledge about the value of Nepal’s biological resources to the general public as an urgent message with Nepalese themselves as trustees. 14
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  16. 16. Eagle shot by Dipendra: Crested Serpent Eagle 16
  17. 17. Man eating Python 17
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