Just recently the World’s #1 OLED TV brand LG has gifted OLED TV to the National Museum of Natural History
The Filipiniana-themed event was graced by the National Museum head Jeremy Barns and Internet and TV personality James Deakin. As part of the donation, as part of the donation LG also donated a short video clip showcasing the rich underwater life of the Philippines. LG also commissioned underwater conservationist director photographer Noel Guevarra to create a short video that showcases the richness and beauty of the underwater life in the Philippines, which is said to be the epicenter marine biodiversity on earth. The video shot off Balicasag Island in Bohol features colorful reefs tropical fish of all sizes and turtle residents.
The video was premiered to invited media at the NMNH on the 77inch LG OLED W8 TV. LG’s newest and stunning display to date which showed off the underwater sights of the Bohol Sea to the best advantage.
In a speech, National Museum director Jeremy Barns expressed his profound gratitude for the TVs and commissioned videos.
The National Museum of Natural History has just recently open. Located along TM Kalaw street. The building was ince used as an office of the Department of Tourism.
Check out my photos below and see how beautiful our country is. Take note that the birds on display are real and taxidermied and not fake.
The National Museum of Natural History is open Tuesdays to Sundays and ia free of charge. A priority entrance door for senior citizens PWDs and pregnant guests is available at the back of the museum.