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The Science of Ripley's Believe It or Not!

Part of the introductory experience includes a large Albert Einstein image made entirely from toast and a replica python made from metal washers.
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Kids of all ages will love climbing into the mouth of a life-size model of the prehistoric snake, Titanoboa.
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A two-faced calf, alongside its skeleton, helps demonstrate a congenital birth anomaly.
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Learn about mutations and inherited conditions through specimens such as an albino porcupine.
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Measure up and take a photo next to Robert Wadlow, the tallest man in recorded history.
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Pose for a photo while standing within the massive jaws of a megalodon shark, an extinct species that was the largest predatory shark to have ever lived.
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Pause to enjoy the creative and offbeat hobby art pieces in the Gallery of the Unexpected, including this camel made of toys.
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America Wild

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A Beautiful Planet

A stunning view of the Bahamas from the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Spectacular view of the Himalayas & Everest from the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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An awe inspiring view of Italy from the International Space Station as explored in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Witness an astronaut’s perspective of Spain and the Mediterranean from the International Space Station as discovered in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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An aweinspiring view of a sunrise from the International Space Station revealed in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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This image is featured in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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The frozen Great Lakes of the Midwest as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Nighttime view of Spain and the Mediterranean as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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The view of Earth through a cupola on the International Space Station as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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Aurora lights as seen in the new IMAX® film, A Beautiful Planet.
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A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – NASA Commander Barry (Butch) Willmore on a spacewalk to repair the exterior of the International Space Station. It’s almost 300° on the sun side of the space station and 275° in the shade. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.
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A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – NASA Commander Terry Virts exercises on a treadmill onboard the International Space Station. The crew is required to exercise at least two hours every day. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.
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A scene from the IMAX® film A Beautiful Planet – Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency (JAXA) astronaut Kimiya Yui unpacks a supply of fresh fruit delivered to the International Space Station via Japan’s Kounotori 5 H11 (HTV5) unmanned cargo transfer spacecraft. © 2016 IMAX Corporation Photo courtesy of NASA.
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The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall

The Lower Climbing Wall in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Lower Climbing Wall in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Upper Climbing Wall in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The early stages of life as seen in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The early stages of life as seen in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The early stages of life as seen in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Experience free diving in the Single Breath exhibit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Experience free diving in the Single Breath exhibit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Drs. Gary Lewis and Mary Jane Conboy in Banting and Best’s Laboratory in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Dr. Charles Tator in Head Injuries Exhibit in the AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Banting and Best’s Laboratory in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Glass Floor, where the perspective has been altered so you feel like you're wlaking over a bottomless pit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Lehra was created from a mould of a 20-year-old woman, in the Mind and Body section of The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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The Visible Man is a large light box showing different views of organs, in the Mind and Body section of The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Elephant Heart exhibit in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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Learning about joints and bending in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall
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In the Beginning in The AstraZeneca Human Edge Hall.
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Various Photos of Ontario Science Centre

Image of the Rainforest
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Pink Portal image
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exterior image of the Ontario Science Centre at day
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Image of the Ontario Science Centre sign on the exterior of the building
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image of children playing at the Making Faces experience
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image of the HotZone at the Ontario Science Centre
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image of girl dancing on projected image on the floor of the science centre
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Image of Cool Science Cloud
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image of Ferrofluid experience
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image of freezing demonstration
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image of a Build Your Own Roller Coaster
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image of the Challenge Zone at the Ontario Science Centre
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image of exterior of the Ontario Science Centre at night
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image of exterior of the Ontario Science Centre at night
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Image of Cool Science Demo shattering frozen flower
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Image of Electricity Demo
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Image of Electricity Demo
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Image of Papermaking Demo
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Image of Papermaking Demo
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Image of What's The Matter Ball Explosion
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Image of What's The Matter Dragon's Breath Demo
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