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Who Am I? Welcome to Thingdom

Learn about genetics in a most entertaining way with this interactive game from the Science Museum.
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Learn about genetics in a most entertaining way with this interactive game from the Science Museum. Adopt one of many cute little “things” and, after nurturing it to maturity, you can start breeding it, select traits you find desirable, and choose the offspring that will help you win the game. Along the way you will learn about traits, cells, chromosomes, DNA, and genes. The instructions are clear and there is help along the way. As you meet various breeding and genetic challenges, you unlock various zones. Visit all the zones to finally win.

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