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May 5, 2000 – April 25, 2001
Museum: National Zoo
Location: Amazonian Science Gallery and Visitors Center
34 color photographs by biologist and photographer Carll Goodpasture are used to explore the biological process of pollination and reveal hidden interrelationships between plants and animals. The photographs also shed light on the role humans play in this relationship.
Video on pollination biology Interactive computer programs "What are Flowers For?" and "Flower to Apple"
This is a SITES exhibition.