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

Bibliotheca Manuscripts Schoeyana

Martin Schøyen Foundation

Bibliotheca Manuscripts Schoeyana

The Schøyen Collection was started around 1920 by Engineer M.O. Schøyen (1896-1962), father of Martin Schøyen, who collected some 1000...

Martin Schøyen Foundation
Beit Lehi - the lost city of ancient Israel

Utah Valley University

Beit Lehi - the lost city of ancient Israel

Many of the historical milestones that happened anciently in the land of Israel are reflected by the settlement history of...

Utah Valley University
National symbols of Kazakhstan

Embassy of Kazakhstan in Norway

National symbols of Kazakhstan

Kazakhstan's Ambassador to Norway, Yerkin Akhinzhanov, followed by a Kazakh delegation, made a deposit containing digitised versions of the national...

Embassy of Kazakhstan in Norway

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.