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SFRI Museum: Aranya Vithika
One old museum existed in SFRI main building. This museum has been renovated and upgraded with the financial support of the 13
Finance Commission. The museum has been named as
which means a gallery of forest. In the museum following items are displayed:-
There is a big diorama showing the ecological food chain of jungle. This diorama also indicates the role of different animals in a terrestrial ecosystem. A pair of “Hard Ground Barasinga” the state animal of Madhya Pradesh is also exhibited in this diorama.
34 panels are displayed in the museum, which highlight the importance, threats, conservation status of forest and showcase an array of NTFPs. Some of the panels give information about the services and achievements of the Institute.
Fruits and seed displ
Fruits and seeds of a large number of important medicinal plant species have been displayed in the museum.
27 wooden planks and 29 wooden blocks of important forestry tree species are displayed. This will help in identification of grains/texture and natural color of the wood of these species.
Plant fossils have been collected from various part of Madhya Pradesh. These fossils are displayed in the museum.
Table top diorama of Sal Borer
Different stages of sal borer larvae showing life cycle of Sal Borer (
) and how it damage sal wood is displayed.
Information regarding the institute and various activities of different research branches of the institute are displayed in the TV and touch screen system. Photographs as well as brief information of different research branches are displayed. The touch screen contents are displayed in both Hindi and English language.