The "Body Worlds" exhibit at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science showcases dozens of preserved, human bodies and it's been a big hit with educators. About 45,000 school children have visited since the exhibit opened in March. Fifth grade is when school children in Colorado start learning about the human body and how it works. CPR's Sarah Hughes recently caught up with a group of fifth and sixth graders from Colorado Springs who visited the Body Worlds exhibit.
A View Inside the Human Body
By Sarah Hughes Jun 8, 2010
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