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Climate activists glue themselves to dinosaur exhibit at Berlin museum



Two women stuck themselves to the rails of Berlin’s Natural History Museum, gluing themselves to a dinosaur exhibit. Climate activists called for the German government to increase climate mitigation measures.

Two activists stood firm against the skeleton, an ancient dinosaur that lived millions years ago. The banner they held read: “What if it isn’t under control?”

“Massive climate changes caused the death of dinosaurs. Caris Connell (34), stated that the same thing is happening to us.

The Last Generation group behind this protest demanded that Germany immediately reduce its carbon emissions in order to avoid mass extinction. They also demanded that Berlin set a limit on the speed of motorways.

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Germany’s government has established CO2 reduction targets to become carbon neutral by 2045. However, it has not set a speed limit on the country’s motorway network.

Protest continued for twenty minutes until police arrived. To free the women from their handrails, it took another 40 minutes.

The Natural History Museum claims that it has filed a criminal case for property damage and trespassing.


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