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A weekend with moving animals

In competition with the lovely spring weather, Vattenhallen Science Center offered a whole weekend on the subject "Animals that move". And CAnMove was there to spread knowledge and enthuse a new generation of scientists.
Bird silhouettes on the wall with people standing in front of them
Bird silhouettes in natural size showed the way to Per Henningson's station about flying animals. Photo: Christina Rengefors

Logger station where loggers were fitted on toy birds
Logger station where loggers were fitted on toy birds. Photo: Christina Rengefors

Gabriel and Emma at the logger station.
Gabriel and Emma at the logger station. Photo: Christina Rengefors

A researcher lecturing
Susanne lecturing about bird migration and demonstrating how an Emlen funnel works. To the left is Atticus' map of migrating animals, where children could pair animals with their migration route.

A researcher lecturing
Aron Hejdström showing the e-book: "Fågel, fisk och forskarstudent". Photo: Christina Rengefors

Two people discussing
Johan and Susanne. Photo: Christina Rengefors

Thanks to Mathias, Johan, Per, Gabriel, Jacob, Kaj, Christina, Susanne, Mikael, Aron, Astrid, Edith, Emma, Atticus and Jan-Åke for sharing your knowledge and making this possible!

Group photo
The whole CAnMove crew! Photo: Rolf Niemann

 

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