- The Museum has specimens of 1027 species belonging to 742 genera arranged in about 30 cupboards.
- The prime attraction of the Museum is the huge skeleton of the Baleen Whale. The baleen Whale is one of the largest living creatures on the earth, weighing about 130 tons when alive. The skeleton weighs about 7.5 tons, with its skull alone weighing about 2.5 tons. The vertebral column of the whale is 13 metres in length.
- Another remarkable specimen is the long snout of saw fish.
- The Museum has excellent specimens of aquatic creatures like long-fish, jelly-fish, octopus etc.
- The Museum has a huge shell of a Turtle.
- Besides, the Museum houses specimens of fishes found along the West Coast of India.
- The Specimen of an Otter and a Pangolin are noticeable in the Museum.
- There is a good collection of sea shells in two cupboards.
- There is also a wide collection of beautiful corals.
- A garland made up entirely of cocoons of silk worms has been preserved in the Museum.
- The Museum has preserved embryos of porcupine, cow, man, rabbit and deer.
- The developmental stages of the Silk Moth, the honey bee and chicks have also been preserved.
- The Museum has a very good osteology section. There are skeletons of man, black buck and other animals. There are also skulls of man, cat, dog, crocodile, monkey, tortoise, tiger etc.
- Many animal fossils have models like digestive system, ear, eye etc.
- The Models of dinosaurs were a major attraction when the museum was opened to public.