Court of Biology

What are we made of? How do we grow? Why do we breathe? Why do insects have six legs, animals four, and snakes none? Do fish breathe and how? How is fur different from feathers? Do animals see in color? Do insects hear? The questions are endless.

The Court of Biology investigates these and other phenomena of life. Participants are encouraged to “see” through all of their senses, explore, and seek answers to many questions in the biological realms. These adventures may lead to further research and study in agriculture, botany, medicine, and other biology related fields.