Your children have likely heard of the word “habitat” — but the new outdoor exhibit at the Fernbank Museum helps explain exactly what it is and its overarching importance.
The new exhibit — called simply “Habitat” — features giant sculptures of insects, animals, nests and flowers nestled among the real plants and animals that call the Wildwoods area of Fernbank home. The exhibit opens Saturday and runs through Aug. 29.
Fernbank officials said thematic sections explore the central idea of “protecting habitats protects life” through the lens of the environment where it is displayed.
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