Naturama's collections contain the Funen natural heritage. The oldest specimens in the collections date back to 1806.
The collections contain between 30,000 and 40,000 objects in the areas of mineralogy, paleontology, entomology, ornithology and zoology, including skeletons, skins, stuffed animals and birds, eggs, shells, insects, spirits, fossil objects and frozen material.
Naturama's collection is not only a documentation of life's development and diversity, but also a narrative about Funen's natural history and development.
Naturama's many unique objects provide an understanding of nature, and form the basis for current and future generations to be able to relate qualitatively and critically to common scientific issues in society.
Naturama's collections are subject to the Museums Act and supplement the collections of the other state and state-recognized natural history museums.
The bird collection
The mammal collection
The collection of reptiles and amphibians
The fish collection
The insect collection
The snail collection
Quaternary zoological collection
Naturama's Quaternary zoological collection contains a number of earth-found (from Funen and surrounding islands) skulls, bones, teeth and antlers of prehistoric animals, including mammoths, giant deer, aurochs, wild horses, wild boars, etc.
The collection covers the time after the last glacial maximum, i.e. the last 20,000 years.