Supersim: It was called a dookie ball, remember?
Dudeman: And I also liked the movie. And my favorite part of the movie was when the elephants kissed with their trunks.
Supersim: One of my favorite parts was getting a stuffed bison named "Stampede." And seeing an elephant skull. And a stuffed real bison. I liked touching the fur and getting to see a wolf. I've never seen a wolf up close. I thought the movie was sad when the family of elephants found a dead elephant. It died because it was hungry and thirsty, probably. Oh, yeah, and the lead elephant charged at the camera guy!
Dudeman: And at the museum we got to see a rattlesnake rattle at you. It wasn't real, it was stuffed, of course. But it was pretty cool.
Supersim: I thought it was neat and all, I just didn't like how it was so crowded. In the cave, there were a whole bunch of little plastic spiders, and one of the preschoolers would shine a flashlight and go, "Eek! A spider!"
Dudeman: Such a preschoolish preschooler.
Supersim: I was a little sad that they didn't have any facts about the bison. And I discovered that their fur is really fuzzy.
Dudeman: And it's not soft, because it's curly. It just feels really cool. I personally like the owl pellet thing. I liked how we could look under it and it shows a mouse skull and some bird bones. It just surprised me that an owl could eat, like, a whole rat.
Supersim: The bunny fur felt like a poodle. It felt softer than any stuffed animal or blanket. We got to look at parts of a fly under a microscope. The most disturbing part was the longest tapeworm ever. Sixty-one feet!