|This specimen, a member of the Osteoglossiform (along with Arowana), was found in Tokuriki, Kokuraminami Ward, Kitakyushu. The genus name is taken from Mr. Aoki, who found the specimen and donated it to the museum. The species is named after Dr. Teruya Uyeno, who first studied the Kitakyushu fish fossils.
||Excavations of Early Cretaceous freshwater fish were done in the Kitakyushu area in 1976 and 1977. Here, the excavation site is recreated for display.
||These are some of the tools and equipment used to restore and examine fish fossils and the computer screen displays the restoration process.
||These displays show the restoration of fish fossils using computer graphics and the use of modeling and robots to recreate ancient dinosaurs and plants.