Photo Gallery

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Jordan talks with visitors about how skulls tell a lot about an animal's life.
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Visitors prepare brightly pigmented bacteria for viewing under a microscope. These microbes use different wavelengths of light for energy.
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A girl examines honeycombs at the Beekeeping and Pollination tables.
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Little John, a 65-pound African spurred tortoise (Centrochelys sulcata), was a popular attraction at Science Fest. He still has pumpkin on his face from an earlier snack.
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Volunteers demonstrate how tree swallows compete for nest boxes in the "Birds Battle for Boxes" game.
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Volunteers staff information/sign-up tables in the Jordan Hall atrium during Science Fest.
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Younger visitors enjoyed making their own bees and learning about pollination.
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Volunteers educated visitors about dung beetle biology.
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Laura introduces Marvin, a friendly ball python, to a couple of Science Fest participants.