Guizhou alumni donated by Yang’s Magic Dragon, which was produced in the late Tri -Period. Picture of Chengdu University of Technology
Chinanews.com, Chengdu, November 29 (Reporter He Yingqing) 2 million years ago, fish dragon fossils, super -large volcanic bullets, Tunisian “desert rose stone” specimens, dinosaur fossils … Reporters learned from Chengdu University of Technology on the 29th, 119, 2019, 119 In order to upgrade and expand the museum, Chengdu University of Science and Technology has released a proposal to donate the donation of specimens at the vast number of alumni, teachers and students and the public in the public. As of now, the school has received more than 260 donations from Guangdong, Guizhou, Hainan, Henan and other alumni associations. .
Guests from 200 million years ago: Zhou Qianyu Dragon. Picture of Chengdu University of Technology
After learning that the construction of the new museum of the Alma Museum requires a large number of specimens, the Guizhou Alumni Branch of Chengdu University of Technology will quickly determine the direction and focus of the donation according to the local geological and mineral resources: focusing on the fossils of marine life 200 million years ago. Combined with the unique mineral collection of Guizhou. After a large number of early search work, the alumni finally visited two originals covered by rocks and blurred dragons. After a preliminary identification of fossils, it is determined that this is the authentic fish dragon and magic dragon fossil. Among them, the fish dragon fossil is a pregnancy of the Zhou Qianqian fish dragon fossils. It gives intuitive evidence of fossils on studying the breeding methods and buried forms of fish and dragons.
Tunisian “Desert Rose Stone” donated by Guangdong alumni. Picture of Chengdu University of Technology
In addition, the Guizhou Alumni Branch of Chengdu Institute of Technology also donated more than 30 geological specimens with very rich local characteristics, such as Xunchuang Kong Haiuri, Hu’s Guizhou Dragon, Sliding Deformation Method, Purple robe and jade belt carvings.
After discussion, the Henan Alumni Branch of Chengdu University of Science and Technology has identified large -scale rock ore specimens that have the characteristics of Henan characteristics and ornamental and popular science as an important goal of this donation work. The Henan Alumni Branch established a research collection and collection team composed of four people, including geological experts and management experts. She made a special trip to the non -metal mine management zone of the ladder ladder on the Sheyang. collection. Among them, the two acidic volcanic bulletite specimens weighed 4.5 tons and 2.6 tons, respectively. It is a rare ultra -large volcanic bullet related to acidic volcanic eruption activities in the world. The collection and handling of specimens are huge challenges.
Hainan alumni donated red tube corals produced in the South China Sea. Picture of Chengdu University of Technology
The Guangdong Alumni Association of Chengdu University of Science and Technology donated multiple specimens such as Duanyu, Grape Stone, Gao Liang Cai Jade, Black Rock, Tunisia “Desert Rose Stone”, Potential Fish, Dinosaur Eggs. The many treasures are integrated with appreciation and popular science, and the value is extremely high.
Hanzhong Yuyuan Stone donated by Shaanxi alumni. Picture of Chengdu University of Technology
Chengdu University of Technology Hainan Alumni Branch donated 114 existing marine specimens such as red tube coral, Tang Guanluo, and emperor snails to the Alma Museum, vividly showing a bright color of the marine world. At the same time, 13 rock ore specimens such as gold ore ore, slag -shaped basalt, beach rock, iron ore, and molybdenum ore were donated.
Chengdu University of Technology Shaanxi Alumni Association donated precious specimens such as Yuyuan Stone in Hanzhong. Hanzhong jade is another precious jade species after the four famous jade species of Hetian Yu, Saitama, Lantian Yu, and Dushan Jade.
Guizhou Long Fossils donated by Jiangsu alumni. Picture of Chengdu University of Technology
The Jiangsu Alumni Association of Chengdu Institute of Technology donated the exquisite Guizhou dragon fossils to the alma museum. The dragon pattern was clear and lifelike, and it recorded the moment of hundreds of millions of years ago. (Finish)
Source: China News Network