Natural History Museum of Norway
Institution: Natural History Museum of Norway

The National History Museum of Norway deposited the original digital files and the x-ray images of the worldrenowned Ida fossil (scientific name Darwinius masillae), discovered some years ago (commonly referred to as the missing link). The original fossil is on display at the Natural History Museum, University of Oslo.

Read more about Natural History Museum of Norway:

https://www.nhm.uio.no

Other collections

A feature film from Svalbard

Hans Petter Moland

A feature film from Svalbard

The renowned Norwegian Director, Hans Petter Moland has chosen to deposit a classic Norwegian film Zero Kelvin (Kjærlighetens Kjøtere), filmed...

Hans Petter Moland
Religious heritage from Europe

Future of Religious Heritage

Religious heritage from Europe

Future for Religious Heritage (FRH) is committed to reaching the goal of engaging Europeans from every community in the heritage...

Future of Religious Heritage
Art from South Korea

Yongseok Oh

Art from South Korea

A Korean Artist, Yongseok Oh, is now storing an art project focussed on time, in the Arctic World Archive. Through...

Yongseok Oh

Want to join a deposit on Svalbard?

To visit Svalbard is on many people's bucket list, and we recommend everyone who stores their precious memories in AWA to participate in a deposit ceremony.