South Australian-based wildlife warriors and educators, Animals Anonymous kept audiences captivated with stories about native animals and their work with threatened species.
Children loved the opportunity to get on the stage and help with some of the animals on display.
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Best Bugs Ever!
Kris from Bugs n Slugs presented a number of different invertebrates and talked about why they are essential to the health of our planet.
The audience learnt why bugs really are the best ever!
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Curiosity Show's Optical Illusion
Our heroes, Dr Rob Morrison and Dr Deane Hutton, from the Curiosity show used a variety of visual illusions and video segments to show how the sensory organs and brain inform us of the world, and how it can be fooled into providing wrong, contradictory and sometimes profoundly disturbing messages.
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The RACI Chemistry Show
The Royal Australian Chemical Institute (RACI) were all about celebrating the 150th year of the first periodic table on our stage last year.
Hydrogen, oxygen, and many other elements were combined and interacted to produce spectacular results. Explosions, coloured fire and high-speed videos of cool experiments wowed our audiences! It was loud, loud, loud!
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