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Rainbow science experiment

Summer of Science Activity Series: Rainbow Density Column

By CuriOdyssey | Mon July 9, 2012

Welcome to the next installment of our Summer of Science activity series! We’re issuing a challenge to make your family’s summer the best one yet – by making it a Summer of Science. To help make it a science-filled summer, we’ll post a new science activity on our blog, from now until August. Give each…

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Craters science experiment

Summer of Science Activity Series: Craters

By CuriOdyssey | Mon June 25, 2012

Welcome to the third installment of our Summer of Science activity series! We’re issuing a challenge to make your family’s summer the best one yet – by making it a Summer of Science. To help make it a science-filled summer, we’ll post a new science activity on our blog weekly, from now until August. Give…

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Thumatropes

Summer of Science Activity Series: Thaumatropes!

By Laurie Wagner | Mon June 18, 2012

Welcome to the second installment of our Summer of Science activity series! We’re issuing a challenge to make your family’s summer the best one yet – by making it a Summer of Science. To help make it a science-filled summer, we’ll post a new science activity on our blog weekly, from now until August 6.…

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Sound string experiment

Summer of Science Activity Series: Sound on a String

By Laurie Wagner | Mon June 11, 2012

Welcome to the first installment of our Summer of Science activity series! We’re issuing a challenge to make your family’s summer the best one yet – by making it a Summer of Science. To help make it a science-filled summer, we’ll post a new science activity on our blog weekly, from June 11 to August…

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Bobcat

A Closer Look at Enrichment: Sight

By CuriOdyssey | Fri June 8, 2012

An animal’s sense of sight can be very important when it comes to survival, but it can also play an important role when it comes to the quality of its life. For most animals, sight is a valuable tool to help them to find food, locate shelter and communicate with other animals. Sight also allows…

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Kids playing with bubbles

Make it a Summer of Science!

By CuriOdyssey | Mon June 4, 2012

Photo: Graham Paterson Summer is a time for playing in the park, exploring the outdoors, learning new things at camp, and spending time with friends. It’s one of our favorite times of year, of course! This summer, we’re challenging you to make your family’s summer the best one yet – by making it a Summer…

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Bobcat

A Closer Look at Enrichment: Touch

By CuriOdyssey | Tue May 22, 2012

Welcome to the third installment of CuriOdyssey’s “A Closer Look at Enrichment” series, that describes how our keepers think about an animal’s sense of “touch” when making enrichment. Animals use their sense of touch everyday as they explore their environment, search for food, and find shelter. Different textures also appeal to different animals. Snakes that…

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Reverberation chamber

Make way! We’re rolling into Maker Faire.

By Hillary Hempstead | Wed May 16, 2012

Given our love of science and innovation, it should be no surprise that we’re thrilled to be exhibiting at the world’s biggest DIY festival – Maker Faire! The two-day fest is just around the corner, and CuriOdyssey will be participating for the second consecutive year. We’ve been preparing for months, and we’re putting the final touches…

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Raccoon

A Closer Look at Enrichment: Taste

By CuriOdyssey | Fri May 4, 2012

Welcome to the second blog post of CuriOdyssey’s “A Closer Look at Enrichment” series, which describe how animal senses inspire our animal keepers to make enrichment. An animal’s sense of taste is one of the most important senses because most animals are motivated to be active through food. Finding out what animals like to eat…

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Bobcat

A Closer Look at Enrichment: Hearing

By CuriOdyssey | Fri April 20, 2012

Animal keepers at CuriOdyssey strive to keep our animals stimulated and engaged by creating “enrichment.” Here is a brief overview of what enrichment is from a previous blog post: “So What’s Animal “Enrichment” Anyway?” Our keepers must consider all of the different senses that our animals use when creating enrichment (taste, touch, vision, smell, hearing)…

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