Virtually explore Perot Museum's Origins: Fossils from the Cradle of Humankind exhibition with 360-degree tour, plus new "Amaze Your Brain" activities
Did you miss meeting "Karabo," your nearly 2 million-year-old ancient human relative or "Neo," your much younger ~250,000-year-old relative, at the Perot Museum of Nature and Science?
Even though the world-first Origins: Fossils from the Cradle of Humankind exhibition has closed, here's your chance to virtually explore REAL fossils that belonged to two very ancient relatives – Homo naledi (a.k.a. Neo) and Australopithecus sediba (a.k.a. Karabo). Plus, follow the extraordinary journey of the scientists actively working on and researching these two new fascinating species. The 360-degree tour is now available at origins.perotmuseum.org.
And be sure to tune in for this week's physics- and chemistry-themed "Amaze Your Brain At Home" fun, along with a rotating wealth of resources, at-home activities and "Amaze Your Brain" facts at perotmuseum.org.
Please see below for a brief announcement, and let me know if you need anything. Thanks!