Comparative Anatomy is known as the study of examining and distinguishing between the comparisons and contrasts of the anatomy of various organisms. By placing a variety of skeletons side-by-side, visitors get the chance to study the similarities and differences of each of the skeletons.
Adaptation & Locomotion showcases how animals have evolved and how they move throughout their natural environments using their skeleton. This exhibit draws in a historical element to the otherwise scientific museum.
Forensic Pathology shows how researchers and other professionals can tell what an animal’s cause of death was. By using pathology, people can tell if factors such as trauma or disease impacted the animal and led to its death.
Primates: Monkey & Apes showcases a variety of monkey and ape skeletons that date back from hundreds of years. The skeletons in this attraction are set up chronologically, and show the evolution of monkey and apes.
Oklahoma Wildlife provides visitors with a glimpse of the skeletal structures of only animals that are native to Oklahoma. Thus, visitors have the chance of learning even more about skeletal structures while learning about the environment and ecosystems of the Sooner State.
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