Great museums and Zoos/Wildlife parks to visit in Europe?

Two of my greatest passions in life are Science and History. There are a lot of museums in Europe that contains tons of beautiful history. What I want, comrades, is some suggestions of which museum/museums I can visit in Europe. Name some of the greatest museums in Europe, that has artififacts from our ancestor, Homo Erectus or perhaps Homo neanderthal. Tell me about some exibitions that are coming up that seem worth visiting. Tell me about some "Natural History Museums" that contains animal artifacts and replicas of animals throughout history.

 

I would also like some suggestions of Zoos, Wildlife parks, that has a lot of different sorts of animals; apes, tigers, lion, snakes, bears.

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Are you on the Smithsonian's email/newsletter list? They have some great articles. That's not what you asked, I know. Just thought I'd mention it.

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