Members Family Fun—Animal Problem Solvers


Mar 30, 2021, 10:00 pm to 11:00 pm


Online event via Zoom
cheetah and beetle.

Free with Membership Virtual Event

Javier Marin, Harvard Museum of Natural History

Animals develop special characteristics that help them survive in their environments. From keeping warm to staying hidden, animals solve problems every day. Have you ever thought about how we humans do the same?

Get ready for a lively night of fun, games, and surprises when Javier Marin transports you back inside the Harvard Museum of Natural History. He will broadcast from the galleries pointing out some of the ways animals adapt to challenges they face in the wild. Then, you will look through your own homes in a problem-solving scavenger hunt. Your family will work together as a team to find objects to share, answer trivia questions, and take part in other challenges. This interactive event is designed for children and adults to attend together and will be fun for all ages.

Presented by the Harvard Museum of Natural History and the Harvard Museums of Science & Culture

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Advance registration required: Join today with our new $35 Digital Membership. Please note that registration closes 30 minutes prior to the event start time. To join the program, you will need to download the free Zoom app in advance. If you already have Zoom, you do not need to download it again. For details on how to improve your Zoom experience, visit the How to Attend an HMSC Program webpage.