Darwin Discovery Day at MSUM on Feb 8!
The Michigan State University Museum joins natural history organizations and science centers around the world in observing British Naturalist Charles Darwin's 200th birthday and 150th anniversary of the publication of his famous book, On the Origin of Species.
On Sunday, Feb. 8 from 1-5 p.m. the MSU Museum will host a day of discovery, inviting visitors to bring in a rock, bone, fossil, tooth or other natural object, and museum experts and curators will help identify these specimens. Also on tap: children's hands-on activities, tours of the museum, What's So Funny About Science? Sidney Harris Science Cartoons, and "Galapagos Island Travelogue" presented by the Department of Zoology's Chairperson, Fred Dyer.
See also Darwin Discovery Day
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