The Côte-Nord Regional Museum is currently hosting a traveling exhibition created by the Explorer Museum in Sainte-Anne-des-Monts. Extraordinary beings. When science competes with imagination It focuses on creatures living on the St. Lawrence that are still unknown to the general public.
Are northern shrimp hermaphrodites? Is the lobster’s bladder in its head? These are the kinds of questions the show answers Extraordinary beings. When science competes with imagination.
The goal of the exhibit is, first and foremost, to educate children and adults about marine biology and all things living on the St. Lawrence. You can see pictures of all kinds of marine animals, and all kinds of funny little science facts about marine life on the St. Lawrence.describes the technical assistant at the Côte Nord Regional Museum, Melissa Lacroix.
We also talk about scientists who have contributed to improving our knowledge of the subject.
The exhibition, produced by the Exploramer team in Sainte-Anne-de-Monts, combines images, videos, audio recordings and even interactive games that support scientific content.
This information about the St. Lawrence biologist is then presented under different topics, Melissa LaCroix adds.
Among other things, we learn that algae also need photosynthesis, like all other types of plants. One among the others has small yellow bubbles that help it move on the surface of the water to reach the lightgives the example of a technical assistant.
The audience will be able to discover Extraordinary beings. When science competes with imagination Until May 19, 2024 at the Côte Nord Regional Museum.
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