Oozing with disgusting science and interactive learning games, the all-new “Animal Grossology” exhibit is sure to provide a unique perspective on the animal kingdom for you and your family members.
This highly interactive family exhibit mixes education with giggles to help introduce kids to natural science. Animal Grossology is sure to provide a unique perspective on the least-loved, slimiest, stinkiest and downright yuckiest creatures on earth. For example:
- Leeches are pretty gross, but are also important to the healing process after some surgeries
- Dung beetles are nature’s living pooper scooper
- Flies taste with their feet, as well as their mouths
- Studying slime production by slugs and snails actually helps to treat cystic fibrosis
- The official name for snail slime is ectoplasm
- Cows produce almost 200 liters of saliva a day
- A single frog can devour over 10,000 flies in one summer
What: Animal Grossology
Where: Wilbur D. May Museum, Rancho San Rafael Regional Park – 1595 N. Sierra Street, Reno
When: Now through April 18, 2010
Hours: Wednesdays – Saturday: 10:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m.
Cost: $8.00 adults, $7.00 children under 18 and seniors 62 and over
Phone: (775) 823-6500
Click Here for a PDF version of the complete Parents & Teacher’s Guide for Animal Grossology