animal science Tag

What amazing life lurks below? Explore deep-sea fish and other deep-sea organisms with the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff in this live Zoom session, part of the virtual Biodiversity Camp series. Registration is required for this session. Museum staff will contact you to confirm...

The Mid-Continent Public Library welcomes participants to explore the realm of insects! Participants will learn about their fabulous flying abilities, their unique eyesight, and how they defend themselves against predators. Mad Science will also show participants how bugs can be helpful to the environment. To...

Earth is full of diverse groups of living things, and different members, or species, of these groups, can be found in many different environments. Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff for this Facebook pre-recorded video, part of the Biodiversity Summer Camp. Participants will...

Zoology, herpetology, mammalogy! There are so many ‘ologies,’ but what do they mean? Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff in this live Zoom session, part of the Biodiversity Summer Camp, to explore these ‘ologies.’ Registration is required for this live session. Museum staff...

Join the University of Kansas Natural History Museum staff on Saturday, June 19th at 10 am for a Pop-Up Science episode all about fossil shark teeth. Participants will learn how to identify fossilized shark teeth that date from about 5 to 15 million years old,...

Have fun and learn about the world of Butterflies in this Mid-Continent Public Library program! To participate in the program with the Mad Scientist, participants will need markers, a coffee filter, and a clothespin. Program registration will close 30 minutes prior to the start of the...

Learn with the Mid-Continent Public Library Mad Scientist of Kansas City how animals communicate, grow, and change. This program provides a great introduction for young children to animals. Program registration will close 30 minutes prior to the start of the program. Participants will be emailed a...

What makes a bug an insect? Where do they live, and how do insects protect themselves from all those creatures out there that want them for lunch? In this Mid-Continent Public Library program, you will help the Mad Scientist find out what the buzzzz is...

The KU Natural History Museum will teach participants how bird beaks are adapted for eating different foods during this monthly Pop Up Science for kids. Have fun learning about beaks with this hands-on activity that helps kids create bird beak models out of common household...