Touring exhibition: Deep Oceans
Exhibition currently touring: Newcastle Museum, NSW, 7th December 2013 - 2nd March 2014.
Experience the eeriest place on earth – the deep oceans. You won’t believe your eyes.
Deep Oceans is a collaboration with Questacon – The National Science & Technology Centre.
Deep Oceans are the largest habitat for life on Earth ...but we’ve only explored a fraction of it.
We know more about the surface of Mars than about the dark depths of our own planet. But they’re already under threat.
Deep Oceans are home to some of the strangest creatures, living under some of the most inhospitable conditions on Earth. Come and meet some of them.
- Discover how different creatures have evolved to survive the extreme Deep Ocean world.
- See real deep sea exploration vessels and drive one in our simulator.
- Explore never-before-seen specimens from the deepest oceans.
- Witness a whale carcass being gradually consumed.
- Compare your growth to a Giant Tube Worm, the fastest-growing organism on Earth.
- Meet a life-sized giant squid.
- Question real Deep Ocean scientists about their discoveries.
Find out more information on the Deep Oceans website.
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Exhibition Project Coordinator, Touring Exhibition Development & Sales
- 12 November 2012 to 3 November 2013 - Questacon – The National Science & Technology Centre, Canberra
- 7 December 2013 to 2 March 2014 - Newcastle Museum, NSW
- 28 March to 6 October 2014 - Queensland Museum, Brisbane, Queensland
- 31 October 2014 to 12 April 2015 - Scienceworks, Melbourne, Victoria
Louise Teteris , Exhibition Project Coordinator, Touring Exhibition Development & Sales
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