Pakistan Museum for Natural History (PMNH) has generated a grand revenue of Rs 6,398.755 million during the year 2021-22, through visitors of its galleries.
The visitors were 86,587 in total, including 102,085 students and 658 foreigners during the time period.
According to an official source, 16 technical reports were prepared for the field surveys and baseline studies of floral and faunal diversity in the Khyber Pakhtunkhwa(KP) merged districts under the ‘10 Billion Tree Tsunami (BTTP)’ project. The collections made were 10,783 specimens including the flora, fauna, rocks and fossils from across the country. Some 33,111 specimens or samples of plants, animals, rocks, minerals and fossils were curated during the stipulated time period.
The cataloging of 21,193 specimens was done and 7,695 samples were also digitized.