I found the exhibit featuring the life cycle of butterflies, "metamorphosis", quite interesting. The layout of the exhibit was appealing to me because it was interactive and educational. I didn't just stare at a boring diagram; I had the ability to watched the process occur right in front of my eyes. I was amazed to see that every caterpillar species forms its own unique cocoon, varying in shape, size, color, and texture.
Leopold recommends that we experience nature from a point of view where we are equal with the rest of the biotic community rather than a conqueror. The Natural History Museum did provide me with the opportunity to experience nature in this way, appreciating it for more than just its economic value. When I was looking for something that is nature and ethics I came across with this mini beach where they had sand and the sound of the waves, being able to see the turtles hushing and all the others type of animals, it felt peaceful and nature