Satisfy your family’s natural curiosity by viewing things like a 400-pound clam or killer pine cones. In this summer-time show, there is a chance to learn about a different specimens’ story, see the oddities and giants of the natural world, observe vintage models and play a guessing game. It is a great time to learn about unexpected critters in our world!
The exhibit areas include:
The Bell Museum has over four million specimens in eight research collections that serve as the repository for the state's biological heritage? Pictured above is Curator of Birds Bob Zink, with some of the specimens from the collections.
You can see many specimens in Natural Curiosity, and also all around the Bell where they are used to educate and inspire visitors of all ages!