The Colour of Nature
A 90 minute Real World Science session exploring light and colour in the natural world; human understanding and use of colour and extends to optical illusions and v ision beyond the visible spectrum.
Involves hands on work with specimens from the museum's collections and "mini-safaris" through the Natural History Gallery identifying and explaining the functions of animal camouflage.
Delivered at The Potteries Museum, Hanley
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|Subject(s)||Cross curricular, Science, Biology, Physics|
|Tags||Colour, spectrum, camouflage, adaptation, survival, species, sex, optical illusion|
|Age||7-11, 11-14, 14-16|
|Last updated||03 January 2018|