Bringing Nature Into Lockdowned Lives: #NaturalsciencesAtHome




Guidelines to follow during your visit

Visiting the museum virtually through the Google Arts and Culture platform.
Bringing Nature Into Lockdowned Lives: #NaturalsciencesAtHome
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Reinout Verbeke

If you can’t come to our Museum, we have to bring the Museum to your living room! Here’s an update of what we have posted on our social media with #NaturalsciencesAtHome



Do this at home

  • Upgrade your knowledge about biodiversity with our online course! Are you a nature guide, teacher or educator? Then the online course BIOTALENT is made for you! The course consists of two parts: the general module ‘Biodiversity in a Changing Climate’, followed by a case study module, option 'Herpetofauna’ or 'Medicinal Plants’ (or both!):
  • Crafting a dinomask, making a bumble bee hotel and other DIY stuff from the Museum.
  • Go on an Insect Safari in your garden or on your terrace. Our entomologists will determinate your finds on Facebook.
  • Sing along with the Rap des Copains Cachés: still number one in the top ten of songs that teach children 'population dynamics'! This is the karaoke version (in French and Dutch)!
  • Had enough of your own four walls? Decorate them with these posters created by Joris Snaet Cartoonist for #NaturalsciencesAtHome! Download them here in high resolution.
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