Montseny Newt Newsletter

LIFE15 NAT/ES/000757

Project of conservation of an only species to the world


Triton of the Montseny. Photo: Iñaki Relanzón

The exhibition in Granollers

09/09/2019 13:20 h.

The exhibition of the project can be visited in Granollers from September 5 to October 17

On Thursday, 5th September, at 7 p.m., the Museum of Natural Sciences "My name is Calotriton and I live only in Montseny!" was inaugurated, the informative exhibition on the Montseny newt, endemic to this massif and considered one of the most endangered amphibians in Europe.

The exhibition explains the values of the Montseny's newt, the danger it runs and suggests solutions suggested by the Life Triton Montseny project to preserve and disseminate it.
The inauguration was attended by the mayor of Granollers, Josep Mayoral; the councillor for Culture, Maria Villegas; the director of the Montseny Natural Park and Biosphere Reserve, Lluís Martínez; and the coordinator of the MCN's amphibian and reptile search area, Fèlix Amat.

 

The exhibition will be at the Museum of Natural Sciences until 17 October 2019. The Montseny documentation centre, in the natural sciences section, offers the possibility of a guided tour of the exhibition (from 17:00 to 18:00 in the afternoon) on Friday 13th, 20th and 27th September and on 4th and 11th October.