Inside the Natural and Paleontological Museum, the recomposed remains of a specimen of Elephas antiquus italicus dating back to the middle upper Pleistocene (400,000 – 700,000 years ago) are exhibited as well as other fossil finds of other animal, vegetable and mineral species. Other important animal remains have recently been discovered, including the skeleton of a Hippopotamus and, for the first time, a hut and some shards from the Bronze Age (1,500-2,000 years BC), evidence of the presence of man in the Valle del Mercure valley, today in the Pollino National Park.

Paleontological Museum of Rotonda