Tuesday, January 7, 2014

New Exhibit Opening May 2014: Nature's Superheroes

Peregrine falcons fly with super speed, dung beetles move objects with super strength, dragonflies fly with super agility, gray tree frogs disappear with their cloak of invisibility, and bats use super senses to catch prey.  The real accomplishments of these incredible creatures deserve the same respect as the antics of our favorite comic book heroes. Not only that, but they all face their own type of kryptonite, and need your help as superhero sidekicks! The Museum’s 2014 exhibit, “Nature’s Superheroes” will focus on the “superhero powers” of plant and animal adaptations to get kids of all ages excited about nature. 

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