Frost Science@Home: In the News

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See what all the “buzz” is about! From a deep voyage into space in our Frost Planetarium, to our new resident loggerhead turtle, we recently partnered with WFOR CBS4 Miami to highlight some interesting stories about Frost Science. Check it out below in a special newsworthy Frost Science@Home feature.

Marine Exotic Species Removal

Did you know there have been more than 47 species of non-native fish spotted in marine and brackish waters of Florida? Frost Science partners with USGS (United States Geological Survey) and REEF (Reef Environmental Education Foundation) for the early detection and rapid response of non-native marine fish. Learn more about our efforts in this CBS4 Miami Proud segment.


Miko, Our Loggerhead Sea Turtle

Sea turtles nest and hatch on our South Florida beaches. They are a protected species, but do get injured sometimes, needing rescue and rehabilitation. Meet Miko, our new loggerhead sea turtle, a rescued resident in the Frost Science Aquarium.


A Dazzling Visual Odyssey

Looking for an out-of-this-world adventure? Look no further than the Frost Planetarium. It is an experience like no other.


Sustainability & Harnessing the Power of the Sun

Chief Meteorologist Craig Setzer spoke with Frost Science Knight VP of Education, Dr. Angela Colbert, about The Sun Spot exhibition on the rooftop terrace, educating guests about renewable energy. BONUS: Did you know we offer a self-guided Behind the Build tour? Look for the green leaf icon around the museum to learn more about our design concept and environmentally-friendly best practices.

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