On Saturday, Feb. 8, visitors to the Gray Fossil Site will have the opportunity to join scientists for Darwin Day, an international celebration of science and the natural world.
The Hands-On Discovery Center at the Gray Fossil Site was a beehive of activity on Saturday as kids, parents and grandparents from around the region dropped in for the Darwin Day celebration hosted annually by site’s East Tennessee State University General Shale Natural History Museum.
Organizers have decided that this year’s Darwin Day deserves a visit from Darwin himself.
Eyes wide open and scurrying from exhibit to exhibit, Cooper Wilhoite likely shares a similar curiosity that Charles Darwin might have possessed in the 1800s.
East Tennessee State University and General Shale Natural History Museum will be holding events this weekend for the annual Darwin Day celebration at the Gray Fossil Site.
According to a Gallup survey published in June 2014, about 40 percent of Americans believe that 10,000 years ago God created human beings,
Updated Feb 5, 2016 at 5:06 PM