A sparrow that knocked over 23,000 domino stones, destroying weeks of work and a world record; the governmental mouse that caused political trouble (and was secretly pinched by an anonymous donor called 'Deep Throat'); the trauma gull and the first Dutch McFlurry hedgehog do have one thing in common: they were all tragically killed. The permanent exhibition "Dead animals and their story" in the Natural History Museum Rotterdam has the remarkable stories of all these animals - and more.
Of course there is much more to see and to explore in Natural History Museum Rotterdam. There are several large skeletons, such as elephant Ramon from the Rotterdam Zoo, an exhibition on biodiversity. There are regularly changing exhibitions also, so check the events calendar.