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The Mongolian Natural History Museum, also known as the Central Museum of Mongolian Dinosaurs, is located in Ulaanbaatar, the capital city of Mongolia. It was established in 1924 and is one of the oldest and largest museums in Mongolia. The museum has a vast collection of fossils, dinosaur skeletons, and other natural history specimens.

The museum's collection includes over 5,000 dinosaur fossils, including the world-famous skeletons of Tarbosaurus and Saurolophus. The museum also has a collection of ancient human fossils and a wide range of specimens from Mongolia's unique flora and fauna, including rare birds, mammals, and insects.

The museum's exhibits are spread over several floors and are designed to be both educational and engaging. The ground floor of the museum is dedicated to the evolution of life on Earth, while the upper floors focus on the natural history of Mongolia, including its geology, geography, and biodiversity.

In addition to its collection, the museum also plays an important role in scientific research, with a team of paleontologists and other experts working on excavations and studying specimens. The museum also has a number of educational programs and activities for visitors of all ages, including workshops, lectures, and guided tours.