The Menehunes at the Seattle Pacific Science Center

In this video, The Menehunes explored Pacific Science Center. It is a science museum located in Seattle, Washington and designed by Minoru Yamasaki for the 1962 World’s Fair in Seattle. It teaches children and adults about environmental stewardship, wetland ecology and nature awareness. The Menehunes enjoyed the exhibits there. First was the Outdoor Exhibits. Koko walked in the giant water wheel in Water Works. After that, they visited the Insect Village. They saw some giant robotic insects, live animal displays and arthropods. Next was the Animal exhibit, they discovered live creatures of all kinds, like reptiles, amphibians and mammals, including a colony of East African naked mole rats. Next destination was the Tropical Butterfly House. They enjoyed year-round sunshine in the Tropical Butterfly House! In temperatures of low 80s and 60-70% humidity, watched exotic butterflies fly, sun themselves and feed among tropical flowers and saw new butterflies emerge in the chrysalis viewing window. Last but not least was the Dinosaurs exhibit entitled A Journey Through Time. They met dinosaurs from the Mesozoic Era and saw how animatronic dinosaurs work. It was a great educational adventure for the Menehunes!

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