While studying evolution and taxonomy, Biology students imagined hybridizing two animals for a fictitious bioengineering company. They brainstormed adaptations of the organism, classified it scientifically, and designed it in Tinkercad before printing them on the 3D printers in the Phyllis M. Taylor Maker Lab. Paint and other finishing touches made the creatures as realistic as possible. Students also created display adaptations. Students explored the peculiar, new animals and their profiles in a “zoo exhibit” in the Biology lab.



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