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Social Contribution and ABBM

We can say that the Biodiversity Science Museum successfully hosts various educational programs and appeals to a wide audience. The museum has interactive educational environments with its exhibitions that touch on important issues such as species diversity, ecosystems and the need to protect them.

The museum's exhibition and educational environments appeal to a wide age range, including kindergarten, primary school, secondary school, high school and university students, teachers and parents. This reflects a broad-spectrum educational approach to highlight the importance of biodiversity and raise awareness on this issue. The number of more than 5000 visitors in the three-month period of the first pilot application shows that the museum is popular and attracts interest from the society. This is an indication of the public's interest in biodiversity issues and that the museum is successfully engaging with its target audience.

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