On Exhibition May 26 - Special Limited Engagement Exhibition
What do wild animals do when we're not around? Find out with National Geographic Crittercam, opening Saturday, May 26.
Safely worn by wildlife, Crittercams offer a rare view into the private lives of animals its a wild ride - dive deep with penguins, hunt with lions and lurk with crocodiles
This multimedia exhibition will introduce you to Crittercam's sometimes-surprising findings, and lets you experience the world from an entirely new perspective.
Throughout your visit, discover how Crittercam continues to revolutionize animal research, and learn how its findings have uncovered ways to protect our planet's creatures and the environment we share.
Viewing stations featuring firsthand footage of animals in their habitats put you in the center of the action. Other activities include a Build-a-Cam computer interactive, which lets you explore the nuts and bolts of a Crittercam, and an interactive Expedition Atlas showing Crittercam deployment details from across the globe.
By allowing us this animal's-eye-view,Crittercams help to solve scientific mysteries. And what we learn from Crittercams helps us protect the very animals that wear them.
Free with Museum Admission.
National Geographic Crittercam: The World Through Animal Eyes is organized and traveled by the National Geographic Museum, Washington, DC.
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