Dr. Allison knows all about the amazing adaptations that help different snake species survive in the wild. From bearing live young (wow!) to changing their coloring over time, she’s sharing some of them with us in today’s episode of Curious By Nature!
When you’re done, be sure to hop on over to our Supper with the Snakes programming to see how snakes eat, how they use scent trailing to find food, and more!
Support for the Nature Museum is provided by Rose Pest Solutions.
Blackstar the gray rat snake has some incredible adaptations. From her camouflage coloring to her keeled scales, she has a lot of unique features that help her thrive in her natural habitat. Click here to learn all about her!
To observe Black History Month and to promote scientists of color, we are highlighting Black scientists who contributed to our collective understanding of nature around the world and in our backyards. Today, we’re taking a closer look at Dr. Charles Henry Turner. Click here to learn more about him.
The Curiosity Club is gearing up to meet again on Wednesday, February 24! Join educators Becca and Nicole as they explore what makes a turtle a turtle. These sessions are perfect for scientists ages 5-9. Click here to learn more and register.
Join us for our Chicago Conservation Corps Spring Sustainability Leadership Training Series! Learn from community and environmental leaders about urban sustainability challenges and opportunities for change, then lead a sustainability service project in your community with support and resources from the Nature Museum. Click here to learn more about C3 and to RSVP for one of our upcoming orientations.
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