Protect Your Planet

This exhibit is located in the west center atrium and features threatened, endangered, and extinct life forms and some of the causes for their struggle to survive. It also includes a full mount elephant as well as a specimen of the extinct passenger pigeon.

Visitors can look for Ken and Katy, the conservation kids to find out ways to help protect the planet.

The following causes of decline and species are examined in this exhibit:

The Bean Museum examines 100 years without the Passenger pigeon.

Featuring the endangered Desert Tortoise

Habitat Destruction
A look at the interaction between the Black-footed ferret and the Prairie dog  

What happened to the June Sucker when carp were introduced into Utah Lake?