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The DoSeum is a place where interactive fun and hands-on learning come together—a place where minds are always at play. During your visit, our exhibits, programs, and classes will encourage young minds to explore the joy of learning through connections to STEM, the arts, and literacy, but curiosity and exploration don't have to end when you leave!
Explore our DIY Activities, Storytimes, and Questions from Kids that were created for you to DO at home and stay connected with your family while keeping minds at play in between your visits!
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This week's Ask A DOer question comes from Raina, 5, and she asked Dr. Richard an age-old question we have all wondered. Are zebras black with white stripes or white with black stripes? Join Dr. Richard as he explores zebras and what produces their stripe color!
Mammal (n.) - A mammal is a warm-blooded animal that has a backbone, drinks their mom’s milk, and grows hair. Mammals first appeared on Earth more than 200 million years ago, alongside early dinosaurs!
Herbivore (n.) - Animals that eat plants—such as lemmings, deer, elephants, and zebras—are called herbivores.
Pigment (n.) - Any color in plant or animal cells. Nearly all types of cells, such as skin, eyes, fur, and hair contain pigment. Creatures that have deficient pigmentation are called albinos.
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