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Nature's Amazing Machines

Sunday, October 29, 2017, 4:00 PM - 12:00 AM


Imagine if your jaws could crush 8,000 pounds in one bite, your punch could break through aquarium glass, and your ears could act as air conditioners. From the inside out, every living thing is a machine built to survive. The new temporary exhibition, Nature's Amazing Machines, uses real objects, scientific models, and fun interactives to show the marvels of natural engineering. Discover how a giraffe's heart pumps blood up its long neck, how a toucan stays cool in the jungle, how insects breathe without lungs, and how it might feel to fly. You will also see technological breakthroughs such as Velcro, wind turbines, and chainsaws where humans mined and mimicked the ingenuity deep in nature's invisible workings.

Phone: (303) 322-7009

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2001 Colorado Blvd.
Denver, CO 80205

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