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NAT GEO's “Earth Explorers” Exhibit at the Springs Preserve April 6, 2019

posted Mar 2, 2019, 4:18 PM by Herb Thompson   [ updated Mar 2, 2019, 11:24 PM ]


National Geographic’s “Earth Explorers” Exhibit at the Springs Preserve

 

Embark on an epic adventure through six themed and immersive environments to discover new species, study animal behavior, and learn about the important roles that technology, innovation and ingenuity play in making and documenting scientific discoveries. Climb aboard an actual off-road explorer vehicle used by filmmakers and scientists before heading to the Earth’s poles and the bottom of the ocean. The, discovery highly evolved jungle animals in an outdoor lab and take a simulated balloon ride above Madagascar to watch a mammal migration. This exhibit showcases the work of some of the most innovative and exciting National Geographic explorers.

 

Join Geoman at the Springs Preserve anytime between 11am and 4pm. His plan is to have lunch at the Springs Café between 11am and 1pm . . . then hang out in the Earth Explorers exhibit between 1pm and 3pm . . . and finally, take in the Weekend Feature Film, Volcanoes (:50 minutes) in the Origins Theatre. GAIN teachers and friends are encouraged to bring family members to enjoy one or all the above activities with their paid admission. Plan to renew your annual membership or just buy a ticket for the day. Geoman may even have some LPG’s (lovely parting gifts) for those who explore the exhibit and brave the world of volcanoes!
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