The Lee Kong Chian Natural History Museum is an architectural marvel and incorporates cutting-edge design and technology.  Featuring a lush “green-wall” landscaped entirely with native plants, the museum building houses the region's largest collection of Southeast Asian zoological specimens. It showcases the diversity and history of life on earth and is home to three real 150-million-year-old diplodocid sauropod dinosaur fossils.  The project scope includes Additions & Alterations to Existing NUS Museum Annex and Adjacent Plaza.