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Science North provides a range of exhibit photos for your marketing purposes.  These are available to view and download from the online Marketing Guide. Each photo is captioned. Exhibitors may also take their own photos. Please share your photos with Science North to add to the exhibitor website.

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Visitors enter into the dark abyss and are greeted by some of the strange creatures that inhabit these depths.
Enter the Bioluminescence Theatre to see how deep-sea creatures create their own light to help them find prey, avoid their predators and attract a mate.
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Did you know? About 90 per cent of
creatures living in the dark make their own light. Put on a black light vest with a bioluminescent pattern of a deep-sea creature and step inside the Light Up the Ocean exhibit. Outside, vistors view the pattern on the display screen.
Did you know? About 90 per cent of
creatures living in the dark make their own light. Put on a black light vest with a bioluminescent pattern of a deep-sea creature and step inside the Light Up the Ocean exhibit. Outside, vistors view the pattern on the display screen.
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The deep sea is cold, dark and under immense pressure; just the place for the colossal squid – the largest known species of squid by weight.
Visitors watch squid beaks in action and experience the force that drives a squid beak by manipulating a mechanical model.
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Visitors get their picture taken as they peer into the tentacles of a life-size model of the colossal squid – the largest known species of squid by weight.
Get wrapped up in a life-size model of he colossal squid – the largest known species of squid by weight! Surrounding exhibits explore the arms, tentacles, beaks and inking behaviors of squids and other Cephalopods.
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A life-size model of colossal squid is the centerpiece of the special exhibition. Visitors explore the arms, tentacles, beaks and inking behaviors of squids and other Cephalopods under the watchful gaze of the colossal squid’s animatronic eyeball.
A life-size model of colossal squid is the centerpiece of the special exhibition. Visitors explore the arms, tentacles, beaks and inking behaviors of squids and other Cephalopods under the watchful gaze of the colossal squid’s animatronic eyeball.
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Did you know? The sperm whale is the only known predator of the colossal squid. A life-size cutout of the sperm whale provides the backdrop for exploring the vampire squid, longnose lancefish and other unearthly creatures that inhabit the deep ocean.
Surprise! Visitors activate an animatronic lizerd fish that lunges from near the ocean bottom as marine snow falls from above.
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Visitors hitch a ride to a hydrothermal vent inside the Alvin submersible vehicle. Alvin’s experienced pilot, Dr. Cindy Van Dover, is their guide as they explore various vent communities.
Peculiar life forms such as tubeworms, giant clams and vent crabs colonize the hydrothermal vents where temperatures range from 734°F to near freezing. Visitors learn how these creatures have adapted to survive in such extreme conditions.
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Visitors light up the pitch black waters of the deep to explore the amazing diversity of corals that live in the cold waters of the Gully.
Using digital projection with various touchscreen interfaces, visitors circle the globe to explore how human activity is impacting the ocean ecosystems.