Virtual Biomuseo is a video guided tour of the Biomuseo museum of biodiveresity in Panama City. The tours are in Spanish, but can be auto-translated to English. Five video tours allow students to discover the gardens of the Biodiversity Park, and ten videos give a guided tour of the eight exhibits in the museum. Topics include “The Human Footprint”, “Panama is the Museum”, and “Showcase of Biodiversity.” There are also videos on renewable materials and why biodiversity matters (Source).
Fundación Amador is a non-profit organization, formed by a group of distinguished members of the Panamanian community whose objective is the development and maintenance of a tropical biodiversity center in the Amador area. It is the organization behind the Biomuseo. Together with the support of the Panamanian government, which provided the concession of a plot of land destined for the construction of the project and with the commercialization of the adjacent lands, Fundación Amador managed to generate the funds so that this beautiful project could become a reality. We also have the scientific support of the Smithsonian Tropical Research Institute, the University of Panama and other scientific institutions in the country (Source).