Science in Seattle

Today I discovered science is all about pressing buttons.

spinning wheels.

and splashing water around.

We also met lots of little creatures like these butterflies that lived in a nice warm house and we met lots of insects, rodents and snakes too!

Then we met some very big creatures with very big claws and very big teeth.

and very, very big feet. This is me in a real life dinosaur footprint!

We were at the Pacific Science Center in Seattle.

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3 Responses to “Science in Seattle”

  1. Iggy Says:

    Wow Ana, That looks like good fun. Please take me there when I come to visit you! Do they have chocolate ice-creams?

  2. Abuela Wood Says:

    Last night we watched a programme on the west coast of New Zealand where they showed the fossils of dinosaur footprints. The scientist who discovered the footprints had to go through a process of elimination of all the possibilities. He finally managed to prove that the fossils were many millions of years old. He even explained how you could tell from the footprint in which direction the dinosaur had been walking. The deep end of the fossil is the heel.The footprint may have been about twice the length of your foot, Ana, not enormous like the one you saw at the science museum. The scientist said the footprint must have come from a baby dinosaur. I don’t recall the scientist saying anything about chocolate ice-cream.

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