The 'Weird But True!' exhibition explores facts taken from National Geographic Kids magazine that boggles the mind.
Spanning 290 sq m, the Weird But True! exhibition dissects the strangest and weirdest facts and occurrences in science, food, pop culture and more. Children and adults alike will be able to discover interesting facts about the world around us through the larger than life photos, colourful graphics and catchy texts.
Did you know that about 420 million years ago, mushrooms grew taller than giraffes? The interactive exhibit features more of such Weird But True! facts.
You can also watch National Geographic's Weird But True! series on Disney+.
Weird But True! is the first in a series of exhibits to be launched as part of the collaboration between National Geographic and Gardens by the Bay. Including Weird But True!, there will be a total of four exhibitions across two years, and all exhibitions will be held in Cloud Forest at Gardens by the Bay.
From the weirdest in nature and stunning flowers, to the ambition of a waste less world and plants that devour meat, the exciting and educational exhibitions will unveil amazing facts about the world around us.
In addition to a collection of photographs curated from National Geographic's extensive library, the exhibitions will also feature works from select National Geographic Explorers as well as flora from Gardens by the Bay.
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