The New Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science hosts an event that might make some a little squeamish. The exhibit is titled Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body. This exhibit is in Albuquerque from November 16, 2013 through May 4, 2014 and is one that any child and adult can really enjoy and have a great time learning about the human body.
Based off the non-fiction children’s book written by Sylvia Branzei comes Grossology: The (Impolite) Science of the Human Body. This exhibit has animatronics and lots of information about the “gross” bodily functions and medical conditions that are a little bit unappealing. The information is great and the comedy approach makes getting the answers fun and funny. It is a great take on the uncomfortable topics of the body and helps children and even adults understand these conditions and also why they occur.
The science of the human body hasn’t been as exciting and humor filled as this wonderfully fun exhibit. It is great for the whole family and has noises that will make you laugh out loud. The exhibit is a great learning tool to understanding how and why the body does what it needs to do to keep you healthy, even if some of those things are a little gross.