Greensboro Science Center Hosts Creatures Of All Kinds, Including Humans
Glenn Dobrogosz, executive director of the Greensboro Science Center, and Kelli Crawford, an educator with the Bodies Revealed exhibit talk about the exciting exhibits at the Greensboro Science Center
The Greensboro Science Center is the only institution in North Carolina to house a zoo, aquarium and museum under one roof, and it's one of a handful in the country. The Science Center has been in the Triad since the 1950s, but recent expansion has dramatically grown the facility into a true 3-in-1 destination.
There's a lot to see with animals like a giant Pacific octopus, sharks, tigers, lemurs and wallabies. Showcased in the museum are massive dinosaur models, and a new exhibition adds another animal to the list: the human.
The Bodies Revealedexhibit allows visitors to study nine preserved human bodies, and it runs through June.
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