Going, Going, but not Gone! Exhibit extended!

If you haven’t had a chance yet to see the exhibit “Going, Going, Gone? Endangered and Extinct Species“, you now have more time! The closing date for the exhibit has been extended through April 26, 2015. But don’t wait until spring to see it. If you are looking for a fun indoor activity to do during the winter, now you’ve found it!

Specimens of Threatened and Endangered species, in the Going, Going, Gone? exhibit.

  • Learn about the “Big Five” extinction events, and see actual trilobite tracks!
  • Why was Ohio so important in the Passenger Pigeon story?
  • See rare specimens of extinct birds from Ohio.
  • See the hide of a Polar Bear and the skull of a Grizzly Bear.
  • Learn how a boy from Columbus grew up to help save the Atlantic Puffin!
  • Wonder at the uses of animal skins and products in the past. Is that really a whole bird on an 1880′s wedding hat!?
  • Learn about choices you can make today to help protect endangered species!

Posted January 7, 2015
Topics: Natural History

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