The Mammal Gallery covers those warm blooded animals found in Canada, some of them in display cases, but most in dioramas, along with panels and information about mammalian biology. It starts off with a polar bear (and her cub) at a hole in the ice.
Other dioramas include the moose.
A set of displays on the mustelids show several different examples, such as the river and sea otters, the badger, and the wolverine.
This diorama features a confrontation between a bison and a group of wolves.
While this features muskoxen facing a sled dog.
Here we have caribou.
And this of course is the sort of critter you don't want to startle.
This is the eastern grey squirrel, common through the eastern provinces.
While this is the collared pika, a resident of northern mountain environments.
These grizzlies are set in their mountain environment.
And the last of these displays for today features beavers.