Apple TV+ and Sinking Ship Entertainment announced on March 1st that “Jane’s Endangered Animal Experience” will be open to the public at the California Science Center in Los Angeles and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh in April 2023. This special exhibit is produced in partnership with Flying Fish Exhibits.
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Jane’s Endangered Animal Experience
“Jane’s Endangered Animal Experience,” is a new museum exhibit based on “Jane,” the upcoming 10-episode mission-driven series for kids and families focused on a young girl named Jane Garcia inspired by the work of Dr. Jane Goodall.
“Jane’s Endangered Animal Experience” invites kids and families into a wonderful world inspired by the Apple TV+ series “Jane,” with a special focus on one episode of the series.
Visitors will have the opportunity to learn about the North American honey bee, both its contributions to the environment and the challenges it is facing.
Attendees will have the opportunity to fly in a replica of Jane’s high-tech pod vehicle, collecting pollen and evading predators just as she and her friends do in the series, as well as climb onto a custom-built, kid-sized model of a bee to get up close and personal with what makes these tiny creatures so incredible.
Jane’s Endangered Animal Guide Book
Also released this spring will be “Jane’s Endangered Animal Guide,” a companion book that invites readers to join lead character Jane Garcia on her mission to protect animals. The book includes fascinating facts, epic adventures, and scale comparisons that will get readers up close with some of the planet’s most endangered animals.
Jane on Apple TV+
“Jane” is a new 10-episode mission-driven live-action/CGI blended series for kids and families inspired by the work of Dr. Jane Goodall.
Ava Louise Murchison (“Reacher”) stars as Jane Garcia, a 9-year-old budding environmentalist on a quest to save endangered animals. Using her powerful imagination Jane takes her best friends David, played by Mason Blomberg (“Shameless”), and Greybeard the chimpanzee on epic adventures to help protect wild animals all around the world.
Why? Because according to her idol Dr. Jane Goodall: “Only if we understand, will we care. Only if we care, will we help. Only if we help, can they be saved.”
From Emmy Award winner J.J. Johnson (“Dino Dana,” “Endlings,” “Ghostwriter”) and Sinking Ship Entertainment, and in connection with the Jane Goodall Institute, “Jane” premieres globally on Friday, April 14 on Apple TV+.
Coming to An Exhibit Near You
“Jane’s Endangered Animal Experience” exhibit will open at the California Science Center in Los Angeles, CA, and Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh, PA in April 2023; the exhibit will be accompanied by the “Jane’s Endangered Animal Guide” book.
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