I remember last time I visited that museum. It was in summer 2011 with a party of friends from Greece, Sicily and Latvia. Since then the museum closed and was completely reorganized. I went last weekend to see what it is like now.
Strong (+) and weak points (-):
+++ more scientific comments based on historical, anatomical, environmental, ethnographical documents …
– – – but, it has no longer a place specifically dedicated to kids to read stories, to have their imagination drawn to the myths legends and folklore , to make them understand the impact of that animal on everyday life up to the very beginning of the XXth century. A pity, really! Where are the kiddie masks which were so creative once upon a time? 😦 To me, the museum has lost a bit of its soul.