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By building your own seismograph to document shaking, you'll learn how scientists measure earthquake intensity.
Do you know the relative sizes of the planets in our solar system? Put yourself to the test with some Play-doh.
How does the digestive system of a zebra differ from that of a buffalo?
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Explore the amazing diversity of plants, animals, and ecosystems that are found on the continent of Africa!
Trek through the Aquarium to observe and describe animals surviving in both aquatic and desert environments.
By building an edible polyp, you'll learn about coral anatomy and discover if it's a plant or an animal.
Can you create a model of how carbon flows between the biosphere, hydrosphere, atmosphere, and lithosphere?
How does the finite amount of carbon on this planet move around in the environment, from one place to another?
Se encuentra el carbono en los cuatro esferas mayores del planeta.
Explore our entire Earthquake exhibit using this scavenger hunt as a guide.
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