Humanoid Discovery

Past Event: 31 July 2010 to 14 March 2011

Bed of Nails in Humanoid Discovery
Bed of Nails in Humanoid Discovery.
Source: SciTech, Perth

Discover how different body systems and organs function.

Go on a journey through the human body! Discover how different body systems and organs function; from breathing to digestion, skin and hair, even how your brain works. Explore common misconceptions about the body, investigate the different layers within the skin, look at how long your intestines are and how food is digested, as well as look into the complex world of the respiration system.

Developed by Scitech, Perth

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Willeford Luffman 2 October, 2011 10:31
I've been to humanoid discovery. I did evreything!
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Jake 11 March, 2011 14:33
Feels like a massage
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Joradn 8 March, 2011 09:46
HEY! THIS WAS SO FUN :D
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Wowee 1 December, 2010 20:58
I am going to this exhibit tomm for a school excursion. hope it is fun
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insectz 27 November, 2010 11:32
I go to scienceworks tomorrow and find out stuff. I LUV SCIENCE
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Dan Bowers C.P.S 12 November, 2010 20:12
i went on it it rocks. it does not hurt.cool
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chun hua zhu 5 November, 2010 09:51
when me go to scinewoirks , me learing a lot of science also get knowledge. get lots of fun
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smoke'n'sassy 4 November, 2010 20:34
it's awsome i went there with school!! fun as!
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clancy hehir 3 November, 2010 17:14
that doesnt look so bad. but ill find out the real answer tomorrow!
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the tazz 26 October, 2010 10:49
it was so scary i was like omg bro
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Secret 19 October, 2010 19:00
i went on that it was so fun!
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andrew 13 October, 2010 16:29
Peacee !! :)
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Tara 20 September, 2010 12:25
OUCH!!!
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paul 16 September, 2010 11:15
this is awesome
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