Visiting the Whales!

VISITING THE WHALES OF THE DEEP AT FERNBANK MUSEUM OF NATURAL HISTORY!

We visited one of our most favorite places in Atlanta- Fernbank Museum of Natural History to check out the new exhibit Whales- Giants of the Deep! We’re giving you the top 10 reasons to go see this amazing exhibit!!

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1. You can learn about the whale family! That is one big reunion!

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2. You can see one of the first ancestors of whales! They walked on land by the way!

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3.There are whales floating from the ceiling (another whale ancestor).

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4. There are sharp teeth- really, really sharp!

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5. Dolphins have monkey lips! Whaaaaaaa???

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6. You can learn how whales eat! Who knew they scooped food off the bottom of the ocean!

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7. You can ride the SS Fernbank!

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8. You can touch a whale’s vertebrae!

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9. You can see a REAL Sperm Whale Skeleton and it is HUGE!!!

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10. YOU CAN SEE A REAL SPERM WHALE SKELETON! IT IS AMAZING!!!!!!!

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If you are in the Atlanta area make sure to put Fernbank’s new exhibit on your to do list! We only showed you a few of the many amazing things to discover in the super outstanding exhibit! There may even be a whale heart to climb…

Categories: adventure, Animals, Atlanta, Children, conservation, education, Environment, mammals, nature, science, whales, wildlife | Tags: , , , , , , , , , , , | 3 Comments

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3 thoughts on “Visiting the Whales!

  1. Oooh. I wonder what admission is? I will be up there later in the year for a pet expo.

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