Oct 6, 2012 to Jan 6, 2013
Multisensory expedition that introduces visitors to tropical rainforests around the world, highlights the challenges facing these unique ecological wonders & suggests ways that people can make a difference. Topics include: tropical rainforests around the world, conservation, scientists, animals, plants & global connections.
Become a research assistant through assignments, costumes & props, take a closer look at plant & material slides through an oversized microscope, climb a kapok tree that’s nine feet tall, study plant and animal life in the different layers of the rainforest, weave on a loom, climb through a tree log to discover animals that make their homes there, explore a gorilla nest, discover products that come from tropical rainforests, visit children around the world & learn how their families help protect the rainforests, learn about what you can do to help protect rainforests around the world.
|Cost||Free with admission, $7-$9, ages 2 & younger free|
Delaware Museum of Natural History
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