Hovering in mid-air and surviving crushing depths where sunlight is absent may sound like science fiction, but organisms around the globe tackle these challenges every day. Nature’s Superheroes: Life at the Limits provides a glimpse into the extraordinary talents and adaptations employed to meet the challenges of life on Earth.
This engaging multisensory opportunity will allow students to explore how organisms reproduce, move, eat, breathe, sense and thrive in the most extreme of habitats and how uniquely they have adapted for survival.
Nature’s Superheroes covers a range of science topics including biology, ecology, evolution, physiology and zoology. Students of all ages will enjoy the interactive activities, videos and vibrant models and scenery throughout the exhibit.
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Fernbank Museum is honored to receive funding from generous corporations, foundations and individuals to help subsidize admissions for underserved students through the Museum Access Scholarship Program. Learn more.
Provided by the American Museum of Natural History
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Nature’s Superheroes: Life at the Limits is organized by the American Museum of Natural History, New York (www.amnh.org).
Sponsored in part by The Frances Wood Wilson Foundation and Isdell Family Foundation.