在博物馆外，我们有幸遇见了擅长制作鱼类生物印刷画作了教授，我们曾在Art and Science课程中见过她，她向我们展示了她最近制作的美丽的鱼类画作，并且希望在将来能亲自来到中国指导我们进行艺术创作。
This morning we visited the Evolution Grand Pavilion of the French National Museum of Natural History, the most attractive place in the National Museum of Natural History in Paris, which was converted from the zoological hall of the 19th century.The 6,000-square-meter permanent exhibition is devoted entirely to the theme of the evolution of life, including three main areas: the diversity of life, the evolution of life in the history of the Earth, and the impact of human activities on the environment.Together with the French students, we visited the whole exhibition hall, saw many rare animal and plant specimens, and had a comprehensive understanding of the birth and evolution of life.
Outside the museum, we had the good fortune to meet a professor who is good at making fish bioprinted paintings. We had met her in the Art and Science class. She showed us the beautiful fish paintings she had recently made, and hoped to come to China to guide us in art creation in the future.
In the afternoon, we went back to school to finish our experiment report. The French teacher gave us guidance on how to write a scientific paper in a standardized manner, and Teacher Liu Jianmiao also gave us suggestions to help us finish the summary of the research on the microorganisms in the forest pond of Fontainebleau. I hope the students in the coming year can make continuous efforts to supplement and promote this meaningful experiment.