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Summer camp preview: Strange Science at Cincinnati Museum Center

The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. File photo The Cincinnati Museum Center at Union Terminal. File photo
(FOX19) -

The Cincinnati Museum Center offers several camps this summer for children.

On Wednesday's FOX19 Morning News, Jamie Robertson from the museum, will talk about the Strange Science Summer Camp and the Archaeology in the Field Summer Camp.

Strange Science is July 21-25 and Aug. 4-8. It's for ages 7 to 9.

Venus fly traps. Woolly mammoths. Giant sloths. Throughout time, the earth's been home to some pretty strange species," the museum says on its website. "Learn how differences can actually be a good thing and discover how the weirdest animals in the world evolved in this STEM summer camp. Paired with OMNIMAX film "Dinosaurs Alive."

Archaeology in the Field is July 21-25. It's for ages 9 to 12.

"Channel your inner archaeologist and unearth the exciting journey from field to lab through science activities with (the) Museum Center," the museum's website says. "Visit an active dig site with our museum archaeologist and discover the people who lived here thousands of years ago. Learn all about working in the field and even take home your own arrowhead. Paired with OMNIMAX film "Dinosaurs Alive."

For more information about the camps, click here.

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