Paskooko karhut Metsässä?

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This streaming video is a time-lapse documentation of construction of the bear diorama at the Luonnontieteellinen museo Helsinki (Helsinki Natural History Museum) [7:42].

Suomi: Karhudioraamaa rakennetaan Helsingin Luonnontieteelliseen museon Suomen luonto -näyttelyyn keväällä 2008. Seppo Polameri tekee aluksi taustamaalauksen, jonka jälkeen konservaattorit tuovat paikalle täytetyt karhut ja muut eläimet sekä viimeistelevät dioraaman. Rakentaminen kesti yhteensä noin kuukauden.
English: Bear diorama is being built at The Natural History Museum in Helsinki, Finland. Seppo Polameri starts by painting the background. After that stuffed animals are installed and the diorama finished off. The video covers about one month.


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0 Responses to Paskooko karhut Metsässä?

  1. biosparite says:

    Great to have you back, G/S!

  2. Jusu says:

    Ah, the trickiness of the inflections and declinations of the Finnish language. You would want to say “Paskooko karhut metsässä?”. Your attempt was a very good one, nevertheless, and quite enough to make yourself understood — the most important aspect of using any language.