Time is winding down for the biggest exhibit the Museum of Science and Technology has ever had. Nearly 26,000 people have come through the doors to see “Nature’s Machines” since it opened in late September. But Sunday marks the final day.
Natures Machines uses 50 specimens and 22 replicas to give visitors an inside look into how everything from cheetahs to insects survive and adapt to their environments. Director of Communications at the MoST Maria Welych says it shows how humans are similar to or different from other species.