The 360-degree Panorama exhibit, located on the fourth floor of the museum, embodies a historic first in the representation of nature for the public. As the official Kansas Pavilion in the 1893 World’s Columbian Exposition in Chicago, the exhibit was historically unique and revolutionary in its depiction of mounted groups of North American mammals in their natural surroundings. Previously, traditional displays posed animals alone. The Panorama has been a part of Dyche Hall since the building was built in 1903, and now includes animals from the tropics to the Arctic.
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